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Linux Journal Issue #115/November 2003


HA-OSCAR: the Birth of Highly Available OSCAR  by Ibrahim Haddad, Chokchai Leangsuksun and Stephen L. Scott
If a single point of failure can make hundreds of cluster nodes useless, you have a problem. We have the solution.
Cluster Hardware Torture Tests  by John Goebel
Those metal pizza boxes may look harmless, but the wrong ones will make your users angry and your electrician rich.
Sequencing the SARS Virus  by Martin Krzywinski and Yaron Butterfield
Linux on PC hardware formed the basis for an infrastructure to handle huge volumes of genetic data.
TALOSS (Three-Dimensional Advanced Localization Observation Submarine Software)  by Douglas B. Maxwell and Richard Shell
An experimental US Navy program combines multiple sources of information into one 3-D display.
My Other Computer Is a Supercomputer  by Steve Jones
You need to start running protein folding jobs—when?


2003 Readers' Choice Awards  by Heather Mead
You voted. We counted. You're waiting.
Introducing Scribus  by Peter Linnell
Take desktop publishing off the shrinking list of applications Linux doesn't have, and create press-ready documents with a new GPL program.


Writing Secure Programs  by Cal Erickson
If you don't have time to do it right, where will you get the time to issue a security warning and a patch—or worse, a device recall?


Kernel Korner   The New Work Queue Interface in the 2.6 Kernel  by Robert Love
At the Forge   Server Migration and Disasters  by Reuven M. Lerner
Cooking with Linux   Diners, Start Your Processors  by Marcel Gagné
Paranoid Penguin   Secure Mail with LDAP and IMAP, Part I  by Mick Bauer


EOF   Extreme Linux: Not All that Far Out There  by Jason Pettit


OpenOffice.org 1.0 Resource Kit  by Kenneth Wehr


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