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George Anzinger

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Issue #307, Section #16 (26 Apr 2005: Network Driver Discussion Most Appropriate On lkml)
Issue #267, Section #1 (18 Jul 2004: High-Res Timer (HRT) Support For 2.6; Some Debate Over Alternatives)
Issue #263, Section #15 (14 Jun 2004: High Resolution Timers Update For 2.6)
Issue #257, Section #2 (6 Apr 2004: Status Of kgdb_serial And Run-Time Selection Of KGDB Communication Channels)
Issue #249, Section #18 (27 Jan 2004: kgdb 2.0 For 2.6.0)
Issue #240, Section #1 (10 Nov 2003: Status Of kgdb For 2.6)
Issue #237, Section #7 (26 Oct 2003: New VST "Variable Scheduling Timeouts" Code)
Issue #209, Section #5 (16 Mar 2003: Adding New System Calls)
Issue #190, Section #1 (28 Oct 2002: High Resolution Timers)
Issue #190, Section #21 (28 Oct 2002: Preparing For Final Merge Before 2.5 Feature Freeze)
Issue #189, Section #25 (20 Oct 2002: POSIX Clock And Timer Functions)
Issue #182, Section #8 (1 Sep 2002: Header Files Touched During Compilation)
Issue #161, Section #5 (7 Apr 2002: Mailing List Troubles)
Issue #150, Section #4 (14 Jan 2002: New Scalable Scheduler)
Issue #140, Section #2 (5 Nov 2001: Searching For A Monotonic Clock)
Issue #118, Section #8 (14 May 2001: KDB Wishlist)
Issue #117, Section #8 (7 May 2001: Major Version Numbers)
Issue #92, Section #7 (6 Nov 2000: Some Explanation Of Kernel Naming Conventions)
Issue #89, Section #11 (16 Oct 2000: 'procfs' Interface)
Issue #86, Section #1 (25 Sep 2000: Reaching For Full Preemption)
Issue #69, Section #2 (29 May 2000: SMP On A MIPS Machine)
Issue #66, Section #6 (8 May 2000: Scheduler Problems And Patches)

 

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