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KernelTrap: Interview with Andrea Arcangeli

May 19, 2004, 13:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jeremy Andrews)

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"Andrea Arcangeli is well known for having completely rewritten and stabilized the virtual memory subsystem in the 2.4 Linux kernel. Many were surprised when Linus Torvalds merged Andrea's VM into 2.4.10, but the new memory subsystem has long since proved itself. Andrea is a 27 year old Linux kernel hacker living in Italy and working for SUSE.

"In this interview, Andrea reflects back on his first exposure to Linux, his first contributions to the kernel, and the meaning of the GPL..."

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