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Streamed live on Aug 9, 2013
Linux has grown from an extremely 386 specific assembly mess into arguably the most ported kernel in the world, scaling from miniature devices to supercomputers. This talk will be a who/what/where/when/why of how Linux has gone from there to here, and tours issues faced porting code between platforms.