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Issue #331, Section #7 (10 Oct 2005: Stable Series Patch Review Begins Towards 2.6.13.3)
Issue #274, Section #16 (18 Sep 2004: Status Of 2.6 Policy Regarding Really Large Patches)
Issue #269, Section #1 (19 Jul 2004: Status Of UML Inclusion In 2.6; Quilt Patch Tool)
Issue #264, Section #22 (25 Jun 2004: User-Mode Linux Version 2.6.6-1 Released)
Issue #257, Section #16 (6 Apr 2004: UML Updated To Support 2.6.4)
Issue #254, Section #16 (19 Mar 2004: UML Update 2.6.3-rc2-1)
Issue #250, Section #14 (4 Feb 2004: User-Mode Linux Updated To 2.6.0)
Issue #250, Section #15 (4 Feb 2004: UML Requirements For Freeing Dirty Pages)
Issue #239, Section #5 (1 Nov 2003: UML For 2.6.9-test8; Known UML 2.6 Loadable Module Problems)
Issue #226, Section #8 (5 Aug 2003: Status Of UML In 2.6-test)
Issue #211, Section #4 (30 Mar 2003: Local User Security Exploit Against 2.2 And 2.4 Kernels)
Issue #206, Section #4 (23 Feb 2003: Linux 2.5.60 Released; POSIX Thread Handling; UML Naming Conflict)
Issue #202, Section #17 (24 Jan 2003: User-Mode Linux 2.5.58-1 Released)
Issue #199, Section #3 (6 Jan 2003: User-Mode Linux 2.5.53-1 Released)
Issue #199, Section #4 (6 Jan 2003: User-Mode Linux Security And Performance Enhancements)
Issue #196, Section #7 (16 Dec 2002: User-Mode Linux Updated To 2.5.50)
Issue #194, Section #16 (2 Dec 2002: Direction Of User-Mode Linux)
Issue #193, Section #7 (25 Nov 2002: User-Mode Linux 2.5.47)
Issue #190, Section #17 (28 Oct 2002: User-Mode Linux Updated To 2.5.44)
Issue #189, Section #17 (20 Oct 2002: User-Mode Linux Updated To 2.5.42 And 2.4.19-12)
Issue #189, Section #23 (20 Oct 2002: SMP Support For User-Mode Linux)
Issue #189, Section #28 (20 Oct 2002: User-Mode Linux Updated To 2.5.43)
Issue #186, Section #23 (29 Sep 2002: User-Mode Linux 2.5.38-1 Released)
Issue #185, Section #14 (22 Sep 2002: User-Mode Linux Going Into 2.5)
Issue #185, Section #24 (22 Sep 2002: Linux 2.5.35 Released)
Issue #185, Section #31 (22 Sep 2002: Usermode Linux For 2.4.19 Released)
Issue #184, Section #17 (15 Sep 2002: UML 2.5.33 Released)
Issue #180, Section #30 (18 Aug 2002: User Mode Linux Update For 2.5.31)
Issue #179, Section #15 (11 Aug 2002: User-Mode Linux For 2.5.30 Released)
Issue #178, Section #17 (4 Aug 2002: User-Mode-Linux 2.5.28 Released)
Issue #175, Section #9 (14 Jul 2002: User-Mode Linux Security)
Issue #166, Section #6 (12 May 2002: Status Of 2.5 Development)
Issue #166, Section #8 (12 May 2002: UML Is Now Self-Hosting)
Issue #152, Section #3 (28 Jan 2002: Status Of 2.5)
Issue #151, Section #9 (21 Jan 2002: User-Mode Linux And The New Scheduler Code)
Issue #149, Section #7 (7 Jan 2002: UML Poised To Go Into 2.5)
Issue #123, Section #11 (25 Jun 2001: Hackers Dropping Like Flies)
Issue #119, Section #6 (21 May 2001: Porting User-Mode Linux)
Issue #117, Section #2 (7 May 2001: Architecture-Specific Source Tree Restructuring)
Issue #108, Section #6 (23 Feb 2001: Kernel Debugger In 2.4.x?)
Issue #102, Section #7 (12 Jan 2001: user-mode Port Of 2.4.0-prerelease)
Issue #102, Section #16 (12 Jan 2001: user-mode Port Of 2.4.0)
Issue #96, Section #6 (4 Dec 2000: Praise For user-mode Linux)
Issue #93, Section #9 (13 Nov 2000: Preferred Way To Hang A System)
Issue #91, Section #1 (30 Oct 2000: Some Developer Interactions Toward 2.4)
Issue #81, Section #10 (21 Aug 2000: SGI Starts "Linux Test Project" Testing Suite)
Issue #79, Section #11 (7 Aug 2000: Simulating SMP Under UP Systems)
Issue #73, Section #5 (26 Jun 2000: Putting Restrictions On Untrusted Code)
Issue #71, Section #12 (12 Jun 2000: Some Success With X Under user-mode Linux)
Issue #64, Section #7 (24 Apr 2000: User Mode Port In The Main Tree)
Issue #59, Section #3 (20 Mar 2000: 64-bit Linux)
Issue #37, Section #2 (4 Oct 1999: Including Kernel Headers In C++ Programs)
Issue #37, Section #14 (4 Oct 1999: ptrace Patch To Enable Changing System Call Numbers)
Issue #34, Section #29 (13 Sep 1999: User-Mode Kernel V. 2.3.15-2um Announced)
Issue #33, Section #25 (7 Sep 1999: User-Mode Kernel 2.3.15-1um)
Issue #31, Section #1 (19 Aug 1999: Operating System Ideas Discussed)
Issue #31, Section #5 (19 Aug 1999: User-Mode Kernel Update)
Issue #28, Section #6 (22 Jul 1999: Kernel Profiling)
Issue #22, Section #13 (9 Jun 1999: User-mode Kernel Port)

 

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