UKUUG - Linux '99 Conference
|Martin Houston||Welcome and Introduction on both days|
|John Adams||From Qube to Android|
Mapping out the territory that free source software will take on it's way to dominance.
and implementation of a large scalable mail server.|
Based on his experience at the Oxford University Computing Services.
|Alan Cox||Linux Support
for the I20 Architecture|
Alan Cox, talks about Linux support for this new interface for high performance I/O systems.
- the Executive Summary.|
The author tells us a little bit about how this popular replacement for sendmail works.
|Ian Jackson||Possibly about working on large projects.|
From his time spent working on the Debian project.
|Russell King||The History of ARM Linux|
In this talk one of the people involved in porting ARM Linux to many platforms describes it's developement.
NT Domains for Unix |
|Michael Meeks||Hacking at your GNOME! |
A member of the GNOME office developmet team introduces GNOME, and how to make it work for you.
applied in the large |
Peter Polkinghorne works in the Computing Service at Brunel University, using Samba to provide network file service to an increasing horde of NT clients
|Dick Porter||ORBit, A High-Performance CORBA ORB |
Dick explains why CORBA is both useful and effective.
|James Troup||The Debian Build Daemon|
This is a project which we wrote as part of the Debian m68k port, but is now used on 4 architectures' Debian ports.
|Stephen Tweedie||Enterprise Filesystems and Ext3|
Ext3, the filesystem it is hoped will replace Ext2 as the standard filesystem for linux systems.
Linux multi processor support.
|Steve Whitehouse||DECnet - How to Implement a New Network Protocol|
The Linux DECnet project is producing a suite of tools to allow connection of VAX/VMS and similar systems to Linux.
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