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amd64 is the one you want. It works for both Intel and AMD x86-64 processors. The reason it's named amd64 is because Intel created a 64-bit processor line called Itanium that wasn't based on x86, and it didn't do very well. AMD decided instead to base their 64-bit chips on x86, so the name amd64 was initially used in certain areas like Linux processor type ...


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The Asus am1m-a motherboard is really unusual in that it does not have a CPU, a GPU and a supporting chipset, but relies on a complete system being integrated into an APU (a system on a chip). Given this unusual architecture it is not surprising sensors struggles. I suspect its going to be very hard to get sensors to work properly. I would remove lm-sensors ...


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There are several tools for having a kind of "parallel ssh". As you use Python, pssh should be fine. Install it with pip: $ sudo pip install pssh Create a pssh hosts file like this: 192.168.0.10:22 192.168.0.11:22 and then invoke: $ pssh -h pssh-hosts -l root -A echo "Hi!" You will asked for your password, but you can use certificates to avoid ...



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