Batch Schedulers on pine64
I support a Torque cluster at work and was looking to create a sandbox to test some ideas of my own.

It looks like Torque on Ubuntu could be a winner, following these instructions:

update: the head node set up procedure worked perfectly on ubuntu xenial but needed to use real IP in /etc/hosts rather than

I also took a stab at Son of Grid Engine on Ubuntu and the gridengine-* packages on Debian.

For Son of Grid Engine, sge-common installed, but I could only find amd64 package for the binaries.

For gridengine-* on Debian, I ran into a similar problem that only armhf binaries were available, so I tried this:

dpkg --add-architecture armhf

but the binaries still would not install due to unresolvable dependency errors.
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