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From: Gerd Stolpmann <info@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Technical Presentation Software written in OCaml
Am Freitag, den 24.06.2005, 05:11 +0100 schrieb Jon Harrop:
> For anyone who is interested in commercial exploits using OCaml, we are 
> releasing our first stand-alone sofware package, Presenta.

Looks very cool! Btw, you don't need nVidia drivers, the free DRI-based
ones work very well (e.g. on my Intel i850 laptop).

I have now also a commercial product written in O'Caml: UMLMON, a
monitor for User Mode Linux. As I am mainly targeting the German market,
there is currently only documentation in German:
http://www.gerd-stolpmann.de/umlmon. An international version may follow
if there is enough interest.

UMLMON is a classic multiplexing daemon that starts and stops User Mode
Linux instances, manages a communications path with them, and does a
number of other nice things. Thanks O'Caml it has been developed within
six weeks, and is now practically bug-free. Show me another system
software developed that quickly.

Gerd
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