Novell expands Linux driver programme

The open-source company has appointed one of its developers to a full-time position to co-ordinate its Linux driver development programme
Written by Tom Espiner, Contributor

Open-source company Novell relaunched its Linux driver programme on Thursday.

The programme, which was originally launched in January, aims to co-ordinate Linux driver development to provide driver code for businesses.

Until Thursday, the programme was administered on a part-time basis by Novell developer Greg Kroah-Hartman.

Now Novell has appointed Kroah-Hartman to co-ordinate the programme full-time, according to Kroah-Hartman's Linux Kernel Monkey Log.

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