OLS 2008 videos

We are pleased to release 29 videos that we took at the Linux Symposium in Ottawa, Canada, in July 2008:

  • Keynote: The Kernel: 10 Years in Review, by Matthew Wilcox (Intel)
    video (57 minutes, 175M)
  • Talk: Tux on the Air: State of Linux Wireless Networking, by John W. Linville (Red Hat)
    paper, video (52 minutes, 168M)
  • Talk: Suspend to RAM in Linux: State of the Union, by Len Brown and Rafael Wysocki (Intel)
    paper, video (52 minutes, 163M)
  • Talk: Real Time vs Real Fast: How To Choose?, by Paul E. McKenney (IBM)
    paper, video (45 minutes, 166M)
  • Tutorial: ftrace: latency tracer, by Steven Rostedt (Red Hat)
    slides, video (98 minutes, 772M)
  • BOF: Embedded Linux, by Tim R. Bird (Sony)
    video (42 minutes, 200M)
  • BOF: Embedded Microcontroller Linux, by Michael Durrant (Arcturus Networks)
    video (42 minutes, 243M)
  • Talk: Energy-aware task and interrupt management, by Vaidyanathan Srinivasan (IBM)
    paper, video (52 minutes, 182M)
  • Talk: Application Testing Under Realtime Linux, by Luis Claudio R. Gonçalves (Red Hat)
    paper, slides, video (54 minutes, 297M)
  • Talk: Application Framework for Your Mobile Device, by Shreyas Srinivasan (Geodesic Information Systems)
    paper, video (25 minutes, 146M)
  • Keynote: The Making of OpenMoko Neo, by Werner Almesberger (OpenMoko)
    video (94 minutes, 463M)
  • BOF: U-Boot by Wolfgang Denk (Denx)
    video (54 minutes, 362M)
  • BOF: Linux Compiler, by Rob Landley (Impact Linux)
    video (100 minutes, 765M)
  • Tutorial: Practical Guide to Using Git, by James Bottomley (Hansen Partnership)
    video (61 minutes, 357M)
  • Talk: Advanced XIP File System, by Jared Hulbert (Numonyx)
    paper, video (49 minutes, 160M)
  • Talk: SELinux for Consumer Electronic Devices, by Yuichi Nakamura (Hitachi)
    paper, video (31 minutes, 113M)
  • Talk: Around the Linux File System World in 45 Minutes, by Steve French (IBM)
    paper, slides, video (49 minutes, 298M)
  • BOF: Linux The Easy Way with LTIB, by Stuart Hughes (Freescale)
    slides, video (25 minutes, 144M)
  • Keynote: The Joy of Synchronicity: Coordinating the Releases of Upstream and Distributions, by Mark Shuttleworth (Canonical)
    slides, video (76 minutes, 458M)
  • Talk: Smack in Embedded Computing, by Casey Schauffer
    paper, video (59 minutes, 211M)
  • Talk: Bazillions of Pages: The Future of Memory Management, by Christoph H. Lameter (SGI)
    paper, video (49 minutes, 258M)
  • Tutorial: Writing application fault handlers, by Gilad Ben-Yossef (Codefidence)
    video (49 minutes, 275M)
  • Talk: Linux, Open Source and System Bringup Tools, by Tim Hockin (Google)
    paper, video (51 minutes, 229M)
  • Talk: DCCP Reached Mobiles, by Leandro Melo Sales (Federal University of Campina Grande)
    paper, video (42 minutes, 193M)
  • Talk: Building a robust Linux kernel, by Subrata Modak (IBM)
    paper, slides, video (51 minutes, 249M)
  • CELF BOF presentation: Best of recent CELF Conferences, by Tim Bird (Sony)
    slides, video (10 minutes, 88M)
  • CELF BOF presentation: Developing Embedded Linux with Target Control, by Tim Bird (Sony)
    slides, video (17 minutes, 145M)
  • CELF BOF presentation: Embedded Building Tools – An Audience Survey, by Michael Opdenacker (Free Electrons)
    slides, video (17 minutes, 127M)
  • CELF BOF presentation: GCC Tips and Tricks Highlights, by Gene Sally
    video (14 minutes, 62M)

See also all the papers, and a report from the CELF BOF.

The videos and related resources can be downloaded from our conference videos page.

We could only shoot the presentations we attended. You can see that our main interests are embedded systems and the Linux kernel wink smiley.

About Michael Opdenacker

Michael Opdenacker is the founder of Free Electrons. He is best known for all the free embedded Linux and kernel training materials that he created together with Thomas Petazzoni. He is always looking for ways to increase performance, reduce size and boot time, and to maximize Linux' world domination. More details...
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  1. baskaran says:

    Hi,
    I didnt find video links of OLS 2008 videos page. please give me the correct links to see that videos

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