How Linux is built
Back in September we covered Who Writes Linux, today we are flagging How Linux is built.
If anyone knows Linux kernel driver development, it’s Greg Kroah-Hartman, who’s been working deep in Linux for over a decade. In this interview, Greg talks about how the Linux project has accommodated the accelerating rate of change for the kernel, and offers some insight on where Linux is headed, writes the blog.
Sections of the interview include:
- How development on the Linux kernel has changed in the past several years
- Drawing in the larger community with the Linux Driver Project
- The breadth of uses for and contributors to the kernel
- The future trajectory of Linux, including functional balance with hardware
- Overcoming the challenges of maintaining universal hardware device support
- The range of change and growth in the kernel