Monday February 10
09.00–17.00


M1
Building Honey Pots for
Intrusion Detection
Marcus J. Ranum

M2
CANCELED

Website Wizardy with Perl – A Cookbook Approach

Daniel Klein

M3
Beyond Shell Scripts:
21st Century Automation
Tools and Techniques
Aeleen Frisch

M4
Developing for the Linux
Kernel
Jes Sørensen

 

Tuesday February 11
09.00–17.00


T1
Administering Linux in
Production Environments
Aeleen Frisch

T2
Technical Tools for
Creating Happy Users
Tom Limoncelli and
Christine Hogan


T3
Securing the DNS –
principles and practices
for the modern domain
naming era
Paul Vixie

T4
CANCELED
The fifth NordU/USENIX Conference
Tina Bird

 

Wednesday February 12
09.00–17.00


W1
Solaris Internals:
Architecture Tips and
Tidbits
Richard McDougall

W2
How to use Open Source
Security Tools A REAL
Hands-on Tutorial
Hans Van de Looy and
Brenda Langedijk


W3am
Making Databases
*REALLY* Unbreakable
Paul Massiglia

W3pm
Regular Expression
Mastery
Daniel Klein

W4am
CANCELED
Introduction to Massive Upgrades and Changes
Tom Limoncelli

W4pm
CANCELED
But is it UNIX? A Mac
Os X Administrator’s
Survival Guide
Aeleen Frisch

  Thursday
February 13

       
08.30–10.00 Keynote in Plenum

Open Source at Turku City
Eija Onnela
  Theme:
FreeNIX-Development


10.20–11.05

New SSA-based Optimization
Framework for GNU compiler collection
Diego Novillo

11.05–11.50
GDB: Old dog, new
tricks?
Andrew Cagney

11.50–12.35
Quest for the lost
hardware documentation
Jes Sørensen

13.50–14.35
Designing and Implementing
Scalable System
Management Concepts
Tobias Oetiker

14.35–15.20
SMTP AUTH and
STARTTLS in sendmail
Claus Assmann

15.20–16.05
Exim Process Structure:
The Advantages of
Anarchy over Central
Control
Philip Hazel

16.25–17.10
Apache Tomcat in
production environments
Pier Fumagaali

17.10–17.55
High Performance Java Virtual Machine
Robert F. Berry
  Theme:
Operating Systems


10.20–11.05
New and interesting
features of Solaris
Richard McDougall

11.05–11.50
Darwin: Open Source for
Open Minds
Mark Turner

11.50–12.35
HP-UX Technical Update
Ludvig Hellberg

Theme: Security

13.50–14.35
Securing Linux with Linux Security Moduls
Chris Wright

14.35–15.20
TrustedBSD MAC
Framework
Robert Watson

15.20–16.05
SPAM blocking with
DCC and other tools
Andrew Macpherson

Theme:
Interoperability


16.25–17.10
Deploying Open Office?
Jens Ole Hald

17.10–17.55
Organizing Users –
comparing Danish Linux,
BSD UNIX Users Groups
Athour: Kenneth
Geisshirt
  Theme:
Sponsors presentation


10.20–11.05
The most powerful SPARC
machines get even stronger
Peter Nordlund

11.05–11.50
Management of Linux
platforms
Bruno Cornec

11.50–12.35
High Availability and
Data Protection for Linux
Erik Möller

Theme: Projects

13.50–14.35
Reaching the Goal with
the Regensburg Marathon-
Cluster
Author: Hubert Feyrer

14.35–15.20
NAPI: Le Deuxieme etage
Authors: Robert Olsson,
Alexey Kuznetsov and
Jamal Hadi Salim


15.20–16.05
Supporting Models of
Autonomy
Author: Daniel Einarson

16.25–17.10
Userdev: A Framework
For User Level Device
Drivers in Linux
Authors: Harikrishna
Vemuri, Deepak Gupta
and Rajat Moona


17.10–17.55
Smart Card Operating
Systems
Authors: Damien Deville,
Antoine Galland, Gilles
Grimaud, Sébastien Jean
  Friday
February 14

       
  08.30–10.00 Keynote in Plenum
Talking to the walls
Mark Burgess
 
 


Theme:
Backup Solutions


10.20–11.05
ABB & Veritas
NetBackup Case study
Erik Möller

11.05–11.50
Networker and
diskbased back up
Daniel Bergström

11.50–12.35
HP OpenView
DataProtector –
When you need new levels of
business recovery
Thomas Russ

Theme:
Operating System


13.50–14.35
AIX 5.2 update:
Dynamic Partitioning
and more
Per Fredriksson

Theme: Applications


14.35–15.20
Developing KDE
Applications with K
Develop and the Qt Designer
Ralf Norden

15.20–16.05
Container-Based SCM
and Interfile Branching
Cristopher Seiwald
 



Theme:
FreeNIX


10.20–11.05
Injecting RAS into Linux
– The Challenges and
Paradigm Shift
Richard J. Moore

11.05–11.50
FreeBSD 5.0
Robert Watson

11.50–12.35
initramfs, klibc and early
userspace
H. Peter Anvin

Theme:
Security


13.50–14.35

Challenges facing
Intrusion Detection
Marcus J. Ranum

14.35–15.20
Anomaly Detection using
Self/Nonself Discrimination
for the Linux kernel
Author: Lars Olsson

15.20–16.05
Making sure data is lost:
Spook-strength encryption
of ondisk data
Author: Poul-Henning
Kamp


 








 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


  16.15–17.00   Keynote in Plenum
Open Source: The International Choice
Jon “maddog” Hall