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 1998 USENIX Annual Technical Conference - June 15-19, 1998 - Marriott Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Conference Organizers
Fred Douglis, AT&T Labs - Research

Pei Cao, University of Wisconsin
Ed Felten, Princeton University
Frans Kaashoek, MIT
Orran Krieger, IBM
Greg Minshall, Fiberlane Communications
Mike Nelson, Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Dave Presotto, Lucent Technologies, Bell Labs
Mike Schwartz, @Home Network
Terri Watson, Microsoft Corporation
Ben Zorn, University of Colorado
Elizabeth Zwicky, Silicon Graphics, Inc.


Invited Talks Coordinators

Clem Cole, Digital Equipment Corporation
Berry Kercheval, Competitive Automation


FREENIX Track Program

Co-sponsored by:
The FreeBSD Project
Linux International
The NetBSD Foundation, Inc.
The OpenBSD Project

Jon "maddog" Hall, Digital Equipment Corporation

Theo De Raadt, The OpenBSD Project
Chris Farris, Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
Greg Hankins, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jordan Hubbard, The FreeBSD Project
Poul-Henning Kamp, The FreeBSD Project
Angelos Keromytis, University of Pennsylvania
Marshall Kirk McKusick, Author and Consultant
Perry E. Metzger, Piermont Information Systems
Dan Shearer, LAN Magazine
Jason R. Thorpe, The NetBSD Foundation, Inc.
Theodore Ts'o, MIT

Technical sessions registrants may move freely among all of the conference offerings and informal get-togethers, including FREENIX. The FREENIX track offers a wide range of talks spanning four different operating systems, interesting applications and the newest developments in freely redistributable software. Talk to the developers of your favorite operating system and utilities, and engage in the sharing not only of ideas, but actual code. Bring a spare floppy or five . . . .



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