KernelTrap.org has published an interview with Marc-Christian Petersen, originator of the Working Overloaded Linux Kernel (WOLK) project. . . .
“Marc-Christian Petersen originated the WOLK project in March of 2002. WOLK is the Working Overloaded Linux Kernel, a large set of nearly 450 useful patches applied against the current stable 2.4 Linux kernel tree. The project has recently expanded to offer a second 'secure' patchset, this one against the older stable 2.2 tree.”
“In this interview, Marc-Christian Petersen tells the history behind WOLK and discusses many of the patches included . . . “
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