NewsForge: Ottawa Linux Symposium, Days 2-4
Jul 24, 2006, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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Day Two at OLS: Why Userspace Sucks, and More
"Day two of the eighth annual Ottawa Linux Symposium (OLS) was
more technical than the first. Of the talks, the discussions on the
effects of filesystem fragmentation, using Linux to bridge the
digital divide, and using Linux on laptops particularly caught my
attention, but Dave Jones' talk titled 'Why Userspace Sucks' really
stole the show..."
Day 3 at OLS: NFS, USB, AppArmor, and the Linux Standard
"The third of four days of the eighth Ottawa Linux Symposium saw
a deep discussion on the relative merits of various network file
systems in a talk called 'Why NFS sucks,' a tutorial on reverse
engineering a USB device, an introduction to SELinux rival
AppArmor, and an update on the status of the Linux Standard Base,
among other topics of interest..."
OLS Day 4: Kroah-Hartman's Keynote Address
"The fourth and final day of the 2006 Ottawa Linux Symposium saw
the annual tradition of the closing keynote address, this year by
Greg Kroah-Hartman, introduced by last year's keynote speaker, Dave
Jones, and the announcement of the next year's speaker..."