Linux

We've got something for every Linux user, whether the classic Jolt-fuelled midnight hacker or the steely-eyed enterprise bean counter. In the Linux Track, you'll gain insight into the creation, use, and future direction of Linux and its killer apps, from kernel to distros, office suites, and multimedia.

Monday Afternoon July 24, 2006

Write A Real, Working Linux Driver
Greg Kroah-Hartman, Kernel Hacker, SuSE Labs / Novell
Time: 1:30PM - 5:00PM
Location: D139-140
Track:  Linux

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Beyond the Stock Kernel: Patching and Building a Kernel for Security and Speed
Steve Suehring, Technical Architect, ICG Media, LLC
Time: 10:45AM - 11:30AM
Location: D137-138
Track:  Linux

Current State of the Linux Kernel
Greg Kroah-Hartman, Kernel Hacker, SuSE Labs / Novell
Time: 11:35AM - 12:20PM
Location: D137-138
Track:  Linux

A Simple Guide to Linux File Systems
Val Henson, Linux developer, Intel
Time: 1:45PM - 2:30PM
Location: D137-138
Track:  Linux

Getting Started in Linux Kernel Development
Randy Dunlap, Principal Developer, Oracle
Time: 2:35PM - 3:20PM
Location: D137-138
Track:  Linux

Using Xen and Crucible for Automated Testing of Inkscape and Cairo
Bryce Harrington, Sr. Performance Engineer, OSDL
Time: 4:30PM - 5:15PM
Location: D137-138
Track:  Linux

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Real World Security Response
Mark Cox, Consulting Engineer, Red Hat
Time: 10:45AM - 11:30AM
Location: F150
Track:  Linux , Security