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NewsForge: Ottawa Linux Symposium Offers Insight Into Kernel Changes

Jul 22, 2004, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by David Graham)

"The Ottawa Linux Symposium is an annual limited-attendance conference in the heart of the Canadian capital. Linux developers from all over the world descend on the Ottawa Congress Centre for four days and discuss various aspects of Linux and alcohol consumption. The first day of the conference featured presentations on various topics, from running Linux under Windows and new versions of the NFS protocol, to PGP, X, Satellites, and publishing.

"Dan Aloni started the first presentation in Room B on the subject of a project called Cooperative Linux, a project similar to user-mode Linux (UML) except designed to run a Linux kernel on top of Windows as well as within Linux..."

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