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Issue #329, Section #5 (26 Sep 2005: Review Cycle Starts For Linux 2.6.13.2)
Issue #328, Section #6 (19 Sep 2005: DevFS Still On The Chopping Block; Users Still Resistant)
Issue #319, Section #9 (28 Aug 2005: Summary Of Recent RT Patch Acceptance Discussion)
Issue #307, Section #5 (26 Apr 2005: Linus No Longer Using BitKeeper; Creates 'git' Replacement)
Issue #214, Section #1 (28 Apr 2003: Static Versus Dynamic Device Numbering)
Issue #214, Section #9 (28 Apr 2003: Saving Space On Kernel Messages)
Issue #210, Section #1 (23 Mar 2003: BitBucket: A BitKeeper Competitor; Version Control Discussion)
Issue #206, Section #2 (23 Feb 2003: Accessing The BitKeeper Tree Without BitKeeper)
Issue #203, Section #3 (31 Jan 2003: Specialized Hardware Emulation For Linux Sandbox)
Issue #182, Section #23 (1 Sep 2002: Some Developer Interaction)
Issue #156, Section #8 (4 Mar 2001: Microkernel)
Issue #155, Section #2 (25 Feb 2002: HTTP Servers In The Kernel)
Issue #154, Section #1 (18 Feb 2002: 2.5 Configure.help Cleanup)
Issue #139, Section #1 (29 Oct 2001: More Discussion Of License Tainting)
Issue #115, Section #7 (23 Apr 2001: Kernel 2.5 Summit, And Preparations For The Next One)
Issue #103, Section #1 (19 Jan 2001: Impact Of Sudden Power Loss On Journalled Filesystems)
Issue #90, Section #9 (23 Oct 2000: Problems With Kernel CVS Tree)
Issue #52, Section #3 (24 Jan 2000: Block Device Interface Change And Related Pain)
Issue #16, Section #4 (29 Apr 1999: Swap Files Vs. Swap Partitions)
Issue #2, Section #6 (21 Jan 1999: Dangers Of Hotplugging Mouse Or Keyboard)

 

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