Chris Wright is our guest this hour. Chris is a Vice president and Chief Technology Officer of Red Hat. Chris has spent more than 15 years as a Linux Developer and has worked in the telecommunications industry on high availability and distributed systems, and in the Linux industry on security, virtualization, and networking. The city of Baltimore has been held hostage by a tool created by the NSA.
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The importance of updating old infrastructure away from closed source solutions to Open Source solutions is critical
Why Open Source Firmware is important for Security
Keeping the Past Alive
EmuTOS is a Free operating system for computers based on Motorola 68000 or ColdFire microprocessors. It features functionality similar to TOS, which powered the Atari ST and its successors between 1985 and 1994. EmuTOS can run on real hardware, either as ROM replacement or from floppy. Of course, it also runs happily on any Atari emulator such as ARAnyM, Hatari, or Steem SSE.
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