Developer Linux News for Feb 12, 2002
Enterprise Linux Today: Linux NetworX Unveils ClusterWorX Lite and Releases ClusterWorX 2.1
(Feb 12, 2002, 23:12)
Linux NetworX, a provider of powerful cluster supercomputing
solutions, announced today the unveiling of ClusterWorX Lite, an
entry-level version of its cluster management software with limited
functionality, designed for cluster systems with 16 nodes or
KernelTrap.org: Interview With Andrew Morton (Feb 12, 2002, 19:32)
"Kerneltrap has spoken with Linux kernel hacker, Andrew Morton.
His contributions cover a wide range of kernel components,
including ext3 on 2.4 and the low-latency patch. Currently he works
Alan Cox: Linux 2.4.18-pre9-ac2 (Feb 12, 2002, 18:48)
Changelog, link within.
LinuxWorld.com: Kernel source merging 101 (Feb 12, 2002, 16:08)
"After writing last week's column about whether or not Linux has
outgrown its current maintainers, I just had to try to manage a
simple kernel upgrade for myself to see what it was like. The goal
was simple: Take an existing test kernel version and merge some
interesting patches and fixes to produce another test kernel
LinuxWorld.com: Linus tries to make himself scale (Feb 12, 2002, 13:31)
"Torvalds has spoken in the past of the evolutionary nature of
the development of Linux. For the first time -- at least the first
time that I am aware of -- major figures in both the Linux kernel
developer community and in the greater circle of open source/free
software are openly speaking of rebellion. However, not everyone is
confident that Linux can survive and thrive without its creator and
lead architect at the helm."
LinuxProgramming: Python-URL! - weekly Python news and links (Feb 11) (Feb 12, 2002, 12:03)
All that's new in the Python world.
LinuxProgramming: Tcl-URL! - weekly Tcl news and links (Feb 11) (Feb 12, 2002, 07:13)
All the latest news from the Tcl world.
Kernel Traffic #153 by Zack Brown (Feb 12, 2002, 05:27)
Mailing list threads from the Linux Kernel Development Team.