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Issue #333, Section #10 (2005/11/13: Load Issues With gitweb.cgi On kernel.org)
Issue #326, Section #3 (5 Sep 2005: HDAPS Accelerometer Driver; Hardware Detection Problems)
Issue #321, Section #7 (3 Sep 2005: Some Discussion Of Users Tracking Kernel Releases)
Issue #265, Section #4 (30 Jun 2004: 'NX' Security Features Coming To 2.6)
Issue #202, Section #6 (24 Jan 2003: Linux 2.5.57 Released)
Issue #160, Section #13 (1 Apr 2002: -dj Kernels Forward-Porting 2.4 Code To 2.5; Migrating To BitKeeper)
Issue #140, Section #2 (5 Nov 2001: Searching For A Monotonic Clock)
Issue #126, Section #6 (16 Jul 2001: Per-Process Memory Limits)
Issue #116, Section #1 (30 Apr 2001: Multi-Function PCI Devices)
Issue #104, Section #4 (26 Jan 2001: Elusive 2.4.0 Boot Failure On 80386)
Issue #95, Section #10 (27 Nov 2000: Some Developer Interaction)
Issue #94, Section #14 (20 Nov 2000: Devices Incorrectly Reported Open Multiple Times - And It's Not A Bug)
Issue #90, Section #10 (23 Oct 2000: 'modprobe' 'exec()'ed From The Kernel)
Issue #89, Section #14 (16 Oct 2000: First Pre-Release Before 2.4.0-test10)
Issue #83, Section #3 (5 Sep 2000: Dealing With Binary Files In The Kernel Source)
Issue #73, Section #5 (26 Jun 2000: Putting Restrictions On Untrusted Code)
Issue #60, Section #11 (27 Mar 2000: Makefile Bug Fix)
Issue #50, Section #4 (10 Jan 2000: Recoding Floating Point Emulation Routines)
Issue #11, Section #1 (27 Mar 1999: Kernel Accounting)
Issue #10, Section #24 (18 Mar 1999: 3dfx Driver Exploit)
Issue #9, Section #6 (11 Mar 1999: Trident To GPL A Sound Driver)
Issue #4, Section #5 (4 Feb 1999: Source Bloat; Linux In The Third World)

 

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