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CHAOS: Linux from Livermore


CHAOS Features

Livermore's Linux project has addressed four specific technical problems, identified in 1998, that needed to be solved to meet the general computing goals described in the subsection above. CHAOS is the outcome of that project. CHAOS solves these four key problems by enriching open-source Linux with either current or still-unfolding special, locally developed, system features (each explained in its own section below). In this way it overcomes the lack of integration testing and release discipline that often undermines large-scale open-source collaboration.

Links to subtopics in this section:
  • Problems Addressed

  • Diskless Node Support

  • Managing Graphics Libraries


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