Thursday
08.30–10.00 Keynote in Plenum
Open Source at Turku City
Eija Onnela
10.20–11.05 A New SSA-based
Optimization
Framework for the
GNU Compiler
Collection
New and interesting
features of Solaris
The world’s most
powerful SPARC
machines get even
stronger
11.05-11.50 GDB: Old dog, new
tricks?
Darwin:
Open Source for Open
Minds
Management of Linux
platforms Canceled.
Will be moved to 15.20 - 16.05
11.50-12.35 Quest for the lost
hardware
documentation
HP-UX Technical Update High
Availability and
Data Protection
for Linux

12.35-13.50

Lunch Lunch Lunch
13.50-14.35 Designing and
Implementing
Scalable System
Management
Concepts
Securing Linux with Linux Security Moduls 13.50–14.35
Reaching the Goal with
the Regensburg
Marathon-Cluster –
A NetBSD Cluster Project
14.35-15.20 SMTP AUTH and STARTTLS
in sendmail
TrustedBSD MAC
Framework
NAPI: Le Deuxieme etage (Work In Progress)
15.20-16.05 Exim Process Structure:
The Advantages
of Anarchy over Central
Control
SPAM blocking with
DCC and other tools
Management of Linux
platforms

16.05-16.25

Coffee Coffee Coffee
16.25-17.10 Apache Tomcat in
production environments
Deploying Open Office Userdev: A Framework
For User Level Device
Drivers In Linux
(Refereed Paper)
17.10-17.55 High Performance
Java Virtual
Machines
Organizing Users –
comparing Danish Linux,
BSD UNIX Users Groups
(Refereed Paper)
Smart Card Operating Systems: Past, Present
and Future (Refereed Paper)


Friday

     
08.30–10.00 Keynote in Plenum Talking to the walls Mark Burgess  
  Theme: Backup Solutions Theme: FreeNIX  
10.20–11.05 ABB & Veritas
NetBackup Case study
Erik Möller
Injecting RAS into Linux – The Challenges and Paradigm Shift
Richard J. Moore
 
11.05–11.50 Networker and diskbased back up
Daniel Bergström
FreeBSD 5.0
Robert Watson
 
11.50–12.35 HP OpenView DataProtector – When you need new levels of business recovery
Thomas Russ
initramfs, klibc and early userspace
H. Peter Anvin
 
12.35-13.50
Lunch
Lunch
 
  Theme: Operating System Theme: Security  
13.50–14.35 AIX 5.2 update: Dynamic Partitioning and more
Per Fredriksson
Challenges facing Intrusion Detection
Marcus J. Ranum
 
  Theme: Applications    
14.35–15.20 Developing KDE Applications with K Develop and the Qt Designer
Ralf Norden
Anomaly Detection using Self/Nonself Discrimination for the Linux kernel
Author: Lars Olsson
 
15.20–16.05 Container-Based SCM and Interfile Branching
Cristopher Seiwald
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