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From: Lorenzo Dematté (dematte_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-01 04:28:25


MPI.net is a wrapper around msmpi.dll (or other mpi implementations, if
you are running on Mono).
So the short answer is no: in order to user MPI you have to setup a
cluster with MPI, and in case of Windows HPC this means installing AD,
Windows Server and the HPC pack.
For a 2 pc configuration, I would explore other alternatives.

Lorenzo

> I want to make GUI-based application work by 1 main PC and 1 sub
> PC(total 2PC).
> I heard that I had to construct the cluster by AD to operate MS-MPI.
> Can MPI.NET be operated without AD and the domain controller?
> Moreover, how should be executed the program if it is possible to do?
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