Windows Home Server didn& take long, but Ubuntu was rewarding for the geeky hobbyist willing to experiment with the creations of the open-source community. Either way, we got a powerful, low-cost machine.
Cracking Wi-Fi passwords, spoofing accounts, and testing networks for exploits is all fun enough, but if you want to take the show on the road, you’ll want an easily portable rig. Enter Kali Linux and the Raspberry Pi.
The parallella project is a inspired design which allows the combining of 10 computers processors) into a relatively small package yielding about 208 GFlops peak (just from the parallella boards) at about Watts. By Brian Guarraci