In an interview with ZDNet U.K., the Linux ‘kernel hacker’ gives his views on the GPL, 64-bit computing and why grandmothers should want to use Linux. Alan Cox is generally referred to in the open-source developer community as a “kernel hacker”–someone whose programming responsibilities cover the Linux kernel, or core, itself. Thousands of developers all over the world, from hobbyists to IBM engineers, are constantly contributing to open source software, so Cox’s role of organizing and applying improvements is vital.
Alan Cox: What the Future Holds for Linux
2002-03-07 Linux 5 Comments
Funny, not a word on the vm issue. Enquiring minds want to know.
Some of us are tired of hearing about it.
so when is the mercyful death of linux is expected??
Linux won’t die, there are just to many people who are involved. On the internet u can find more pages about linux then windows.
he’s one hard worker, he does FreeBSD kernel hacking as well.