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Wednesday, October 15 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Linux Kernel Tinification - Josh Triplett, Intel

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Cell phones and routers hardly qualify as "embedded" anymore; new embedded systems (or the new Things we will have an Internet Of) push for ever smaller storage and memory requirements. Most people building systems that small assume that Linux will not work for them, and that they have to use a dedicated embedded OS or custom code from scratch.

This talk will show just how small Linux can get while remaining functional, what it'll take to push Linux an order of magnitude smaller in the future, and how kernel and systems developers can avoid regressions in memory or storage requirements.

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Josh Triplett

Intel
Josh Triplett hacks on system software, including the Linux kernel, BITS, X, Git, Sparse, Debian, and Chrome OS. Josh enjoys using software for unconventional purposes, such as running Python directly on BIOS without an OS (https://biosbits.org). Josh works for the Intel Open Source Technology Center (OTC) as the Chrome OS Architect, making Chrome OS more awesome on Intel hardware. (Not speaking for Intel.)


Wednesday October 15, 2014 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Room 2