There are an infinite number of uses for Linux on normal cpus and systems, but what about for very tiny systems, such as a USB keyboard? This talk goes through the attempt of the author to try to cram Linux into a 3 button keyboard with backlit LEDs. Whole subsystems will be removed, userspace might be ignored, and other pointless kernel changes will be made on a quest to find the smallest possible boot and runtime image that can be created to still have a working device.
Greg Kroah-Hartman, Linux Foundation
Greg Kroah-Hartman is a Fellow at the Linux Foundation. He is responsible for the stable Linux kernel releases, and is also the maintainer of the USB, driver core, staging drivers, and other portions of the Linux kernel. He spends his time reviewing patches and traveling to conferences to give presentations.