Linux is everywhere. It’s in your phone, on most web servers, and for those of us who enjoy or need such capabilities it provides, on our computers. What many people don’t know is that Linux is in many places you would never think, from Crock Pots and coffee makers to motorcycles, soccer playing robots, and even the International Space Station.
Linux is arguably the most used, and most versatile piece of software ever coded; by it’s design, it can be made to act as a kernel on virtually any piece of hardware and, with this ubiquitous nature, it has found it’s way, as the operating system kernel, onto most anything needing complex computer control.
This isn’t one of those things that really needs commentary. This is one of those videos that really is interesting in its own sake, for those of us who like such discussions.
Enjoy, and as always, be sure to check out more of Bryan Lunduke’s talks.