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Issue #324, Section #3 (4 Sep 2005: NVidia Still Hostile To Free Software)
Issue #307, Section #5 (26 Apr 2005: Linus No Longer Using BitKeeper; Creates 'git' Replacement)
Issue #304, Section #6 (3 Apr 2005: New VXEXT Filesystem Version 1.0 Announced)
Issue #301, Section #3 (2 Apr 2005: Failed Attempt To Restructure /sys)
Issue #285, Section #2 (26 Nov 2004: Some Discussion Of The Reasons To Support Older Compilers)
Issue #275, Section #8 (2 Oct 2004: Linux 2.6.8.1-mm2 Released; Includes Reiser4)
Issue #272, Section #9 (5 Sep 2004: Kernel Events Layer For Asynchoronous Communication)
Issue #270, Section #3 (7 Aug 2004: Possible XFS Data Corruption After Improper Shutdown)
Issue #264, Section #1 (25 Jun 2004: Abortive Attempt To Enhance dnotify)
Issue #209, Section #1 (16 Mar 2003: Linux 2.5 Compiled Binaries Larger Than 2.4)
Issue #207, Section #1 (2 Mar 2003: Linux 2.5.62 Released)
Issue #207, Section #19 (2 Mar 2003: Mailing List Statistics)
Issue #190, Section #2 (28 Oct 2002: Hard-To-Track Bugs Caused By Obscure Global Symbols)
Issue #142, Section #5 (19 Nov 2001: Linus Preparing 2.4 Hand-Off To Marcelo)
Issue #127, Section #1 (23 Jul 2001: Generalizing Swapfile Support In 2.5)
Issue #126, Section #1 (16 Jul 2001: 64-Bit Block Support)
Issue #118, Section #7 (14 May 2001: Hot-Swapping CPUs And RAM)
Issue #106, Section #2 (9 Feb 2001: Sending Patches By Email)
Issue #96, Section #9 (4 Dec 2000: Moving Away From Preprocessor Constructs)
Issue #81, Section #1 (21 Aug 2000: Ramdisks, Compression, Embedded Systems, Loopback, And The VM Situation)
Issue #81, Section #4 (21 Aug 2000: VM Design Dispute)
Issue #78, Section #5 (31 Jul 2000: Some Explanation Of Elevator Code)
Issue #72, Section #2 (19 Jun 2000: Alan Releases 2.4.0-test1-ac7)
Issue #69, Section #1 (29 May 2000: Early linux-kernel Archives)
Issue #61, Section #8 (3 Apr 2000: Booting Large Drives)
Issue #60, Section #4 (27 Mar 2000: More Of Alan's Task List For 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #57, Section #6 (6 Mar 2000: Developers Dispute NIS Implementation)
Issue #20, Section #1 (27 May 1999: Remote Reboot Discussion)
Issue #16, Section #1 (29 Apr 1999: Linux Takes A Performance Hit To Compensate For Bug In MacOS)
Issue #14, Section #8 (15 Apr 1999: Syslogd Broken By Kernel Header Changes)
Issue #13, Section #9 (8 Apr 1999: Linux Debugger For Assembly)
Issue #7, Section #6 (24 Feb 1999: fsync(); syslogd; Ext2 Extensions; Linus Chastized)
Issue #5, Section #1 (11 Feb 1999: Capabilities And ACLs)
Issue #4, Section #5 (4 Feb 1999: Source Bloat; Linux In The Third World)
Issue #1, Section #8 (14 Jan 1999: linux-kernel Slowdown)

 

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