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Building a Two-Node Linux Cluster with Heartbeat (Linux Journal). Linux Journal's C T Leung illustrates the process of setting up a two node High Availability Linux cluster with Heartbeat. "When node1 (the primary server) goes down, node2 will be take over all services from node1 by starting the same IP alias and all subsequent services."
2001 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Award Winners. LinuxQuestions.org has posted the results of its Members Choice Awards. Check it out to see which Linux applications are the most popular.
Video of lecture by Alan Cox and Dick Porter. The BT Ignite Web Services Annual Lecture was held in Swansea, Wales, on March 5; the speakers, talking about "Doing things differently - Linux past, present and future," were Alan Cox and Dick Porter. A video of the lecture is now available on the web in several formats.
Linux Optimization and Fine Tuning (Linux Journal). Linux Journal shows how to optimize a Linux machine by tweaking the kernel, services, compile options, and window system.
Alphabetical Directory of Linux Commands (O'Reilly). O'Reilly has published an online version of its Alphabetical Directory of Linux Commands, also available in paper form.
International Beer Day II (Gnotices). The second International Beer Day, to be held after the GUADEC conference, has been announced.
Zope BBQ 2002. The Zope BBQ 2002 will be held on April 11 and 12 in Berlin, Germany.
Open Source Software for e-Government. The Cyberspace Policy Institute of The George Washington University is presenting several demonstrations of mature Open Source programs in use at the Census Bureau. The demonstrations will be held in Arlington, Virginia on March 19, 2002. (Thanks to Tony Stanco.)
KDE Presence at CeBIT 2002. KDE will be present at the CeBIT 2002 conference in Hannover, Germany on March 13-20. They will be showing off KDE 3.0, Konqueror/Embedded, and KOffice 1.2, among other things.
Events: March 14 - May 9, 2002.
Section Editor: Forrest Cook.
March 14, 2002
Here are this week's Freshmeat software announcements. Freshmeat now offers the announcements sorted in two different ways: