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Gerard Roudier

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Issue #149, Section #8 (7 Jan 2002: Alan Continues 2.2 Maintenance)
Issue #145, Section #2 (10 Dec 2001: Brief Discussion Of Why Marcelo Is 2.4 Maintainer)
Issue #131, Section #10 (3 Sep 2001: Status Of Revision Control For The Kernel)
Issue #116, Section #1 (30 Apr 2001: Multi-Function PCI Devices)
Issue #107, Section #1 (16 Feb 2001: APIC: The Saga Continues)
Issue #78, Section #3 (31 Jul 2000: Some Explanation Of Edge-Triggered Versus Level-Triggered Interrupts)
Issue #70, Section #7 (5 Jun 2000: Virtual Memory: Linux Vs. BSD)
Issue #43, Section #1 (15 Nov 1999: /proc/pci Confusion)
Issue #43, Section #5 (15 Nov 1999: Mirroring Via The Buffer Cache)
Issue #41, Section #6 (1 Nov 1999: Some Explanation Of The Kernel Development Process)
Issue #28, Section #20 (22 Jul 1999: Questions Of FS Integrity Slows Development Of Stable Series)
Issue #27, Section #11 (15 Jul 1999: x86 AGP Support)
Issue #15, Section #4 (22 Apr 1999: WinModems Under Linux)
Issue #9, Section #17 (11 Mar 1999: HP Begins Closed Port To Merced (To Be GPLed Eventually))

 

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