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Jeff Garzik

Main Quotes Index

Issue #335, Section #6 (27 Nov 2005: git 0.99.9c Released; Querying The git Network)
Issue #334, Section #10 (26 Nov 2005: ethtool Development Migrates To git)
Issue #334, Section #15 (26 Nov 2005: Some Discussion Of 2.6 Maintenance Patterns)
Issue #334, Section #18 (26 Nov 2005: Removing Obsolete OSS Sound Drivers)
Issue #334, Section #19 (26 Nov 2005: Emails Delayed From Reaching Kernel Maintainers)
Issue #331, Section #5 (10 Oct 2005: git Guide Updated)
Issue #329, Section #5 (26 Sep 2005: Review Cycle Starts For Linux 2.6.13.2)
Issue #327, Section #3 (12 Sep 2005: Marvell SATA Support)
Issue #326, Section #3 (5 Sep 2005: HDAPS Accelerometer Driver; Hardware Detection Problems)
Issue #325, Section #1 (5 Sep 2005: SATA Status Report)
Issue #325, Section #2 (5 Sep 2005: Status Of Atheros And RT2x00 Drivers)
Issue #324, Section #3 (4 Sep 2005: NVidia Still Hostile To Free Software)
Issue #323, Section #10 (3 Sep 2005: Linux 2.4.32-pre3 Released)
Issue #323, Section #13 (3 Sep 2005: libata PATA To-Do List)
Issue #322, Section #1 (3 Sep 2005: Scheduling Obsolete OSS Drivers For Removal)
Issue #321, Section #5 (3 Sep 2005: Adding Hotswap Support To libata)
Issue #320, Section #4 (28 Aug 2005: Guide To Using git)
Issue #319, Section #1 (28 Aug 2005: Status Of -mm Tree Merging Into 2.6.13)
Issue #315, Section #2 (12 Jun 2005: New Automated Testing Scripts For Official And Development Kernel Releases)
Issue #315, Section #4 (12 Jun 2005: An ETA For 2.6.12)
Issue #315, Section #5 (12 Jun 2005: Some Developers Appraise The w.x.y.z Series)
Issue #315, Section #6 (12 Jun 2005: New Short Changelog Listing Script For git)
Issue #314, Section #6 (8 Jun 2005: libata Developer Guide Updated; Ongoing Development Using git)
Issue #312, Section #4 (5 Jun 2005: Net Driver Development Switches From BitKeeper To git)
Issue #312, Section #6 (5 Jun 2005: Net Driver Updates; Some git Tricks)
Issue #311, Section #3 (5 Jun 2005: JFS Migrates To git; Developers Consider git Work-Flow)
Issue #311, Section #6 (5 Jun 2005: sdparm Version 0.91 Released)
Issue #311, Section #12 (5 Jun 2005: libata Development Migrates From BitKeeper To git)
Issue #310, Section #12 (4 Jun 2005: Removing BitKeeper Documentation From The Kernel)
Issue #310, Section #15 (4 Jun 2005: Mercurial Version 0.4c Released)
Issue #308, Section #3 (28 Apr 2005: Serial ATA Status Reports Updated; SATA Still Developed On BitKeeper)
Issue #307, Section #5 (26 Apr 2005: Linus No Longer Using BitKeeper; Creates 'git' Replacement)
Issue #307, Section #12 (26 Apr 2005: Status Of Patch Commit Mailing List; Some Discussion Of Git)
Issue #303, Section #2 (3 Apr 2005: Discussion Of Kernel Version Numbering)
Issue #302, Section #3 (2 Apr 2005: New Digi Neo Serial Port Adapter Driver)
Issue #302, Section #4 (2 Apr 2005: Status Of Modular Framebuffers)
Issue #302, Section #8 (2 Apr 2005: New w.x.y.z Kernel Numbering Scheme Lumbering Forward)
Issue #302, Section #10 (2 Apr 2005: Linux 2.6.11.1 Released; Some Discussion Of Protocol)
Issue #300, Section #5 (29 Mar 2005: New yaird Replacement For mkinitrd)
Issue #299, Section #1 (6 Mar 2005: Intel Software RAID Driver (iswraid) Going Into 2.4)
Issue #297, Section #5 (19 Feb 2005: Removing eepro100, xircom_tulip_cb, And iph5526 Drivers)
Issue #295, Section #13 (3 Feb 2005: Status Of SATA Hotplug Support)
Issue #295, Section #16 (3 Feb 2005: Status Of iswraid In 2.4)
Issue #294, Section #1 (2 Feb 2005: SATA Support For Intel ICH7 Under 2.4 And 2.6)
Issue #291, Section #1 (4 Jan 2005: Possible Changes To Kernel Stable/Unstable Development Methods)
Issue #291, Section #8 (4 Jan 2005: usbmon Debugging Tool; Location Of Debug Directory)
Issue #289, Section #5 (3 Jan 2005: Deprecating Broken And Duplicated Drivers)
Issue #288, Section #3 (2 Jan 2005: IDE And CDROM ioctl Documentation)
Issue #288, Section #10 (2 Jan 2005: New Document Collection Project At OSDL)
Issue #287, Section #6 (1 Jan 2005: Status Of OSS Deprecation)
Issue #286, Section #3 (30 Nov 2004: New sk98lin Driver Released In Many Patches)
Issue #286, Section #6 (30 Nov 2004: New ADMA Driver)
Issue #284, Section #2 (17 Nov 2004: Status Of 'arch' Revision Control For The Kernel)
Issue #283, Section #2 (6 Nov 2004: Speed Of Kernel Development)
Issue #283, Section #3 (6 Nov 2004: Linux Kernel Versioning: The Saga Continues)
Issue #282, Section #1 (1 Nov 2004: Linux 2.4.28-pre4 Released; New Patch Acceptance Policy Clarification)
Issue #282, Section #4 (1 Nov 2004: ABI Stability)
Issue #281, Section #6 (30 Oct 2004: Some Issues Of Infiniband Patents)
Issue #281, Section #7 (30 Oct 2004: iswraid Going Into 2.4; Device Mapper Subsystem Too Invasive For Inclusion)
Issue #278, Section #5 (19 Oct 2004: Stricter I/O Typechecking In 2.6)
Issue #275, Section #1 (2 Oct 2004: New blktool Tool To Replace hdparm)
Issue #275, Section #13 (2 Oct 2004: rng-tools Updated)
Issue #274, Section #17 (18 Sep 2004: SATA RAID FAQ)
Issue #274, Section #21 (18 Sep 2004: ethtool Version 2 Released)
Issue #272, Section #12 (5 Sep 2004: Driver For IBM Multiport Serial Adapters)
Issue #270, Section #2 (7 Aug 2004: orinoco Update; Trouble Splitting The Patch For Kernel Inclusion)
Issue #270, Section #6 (7 Aug 2004: Serial ATA (SATA) Status Report)
Issue #270, Section #7 (7 Aug 2004: iswraid Updated For 2.4.26)
Issue #268, Section #4 (19 Jul 2004: linux-libc-headers Updated To 2.6.7; Status Of ABI Cleanup)
Issue #267, Section #3 (18 Jul 2004: Linux 2.6.7 Released; ESSID Bug Introduced; SiS900 Full-Duplex Fix Not Applied)
Issue #266, Section #5 (1 Jul 2004: NAPI Configuration Help Text)
Issue #265, Section #1 (30 Jun 2004: Some Explanation Of Disk Geometry Handling In 2.4 And 2.6)
Issue #264, Section #2 (25 Jun 2004: Status Report On Serial ATA (SATA))
Issue #264, Section #7 (25 Jun 2004: High Precision Event Timer (HPET) Driver)
Issue #264, Section #9 (25 Jun 2004: Guidelines For Writing IDE Drivers)
Issue #264, Section #11 (25 Jun 2004: PC9800 Sub-Architecture To Be Dropped From 2.6)
Issue #264, Section #16 (25 Jun 2004: Linux 2.6.6-mm5 Released; SATA Code Rough Around The Edges)
Issue #264, Section #17 (25 Jun 2004: Emulating Old CPUs)
Issue #264, Section #18 (25 Jun 2004: Linux 2.6.7-rc1; Developer Concern Over Destablization)
Issue #263, Section #8 (14 Jun 2004: SATA Going Into 2.4.27)
Issue #263, Section #9 (14 Jun 2004: Automatic Bug Checker Reveals Some Kernel Holes)
Issue #263, Section #19 (14 Jun 2004: libata Updates, Including Hotplug Support)
Issue #262, Section #6 (11 Jun 2004: SiS Driver Fixes)
Issue #262, Section #7 (11 Jun 2004: AHCI Driver; Open Hardware Specifications)
Issue #261, Section #10 (9 Jun 2004: Status Of Unified 802.11b Stack In 2.6)
Issue #260, Section #1 (5 Jun 2004: Speeding Up SATA)
Issue #259, Section #5 (22 May 2004: cmpci.c Updates; Preferred Patch Submission Policy)
Issue #259, Section #10 (22 May 2004: Status Of Serial ATA (SATA))
Issue #259, Section #11 (22 May 2004: Consolidating Redundant msecs And jiffies Code)
Issue #259, Section #14 (22 May 2004: libata Update)
Issue #259, Section #21 (22 May 2004: libata Update)
Issue #258, Section #9 (18 Apr 2004: libata Update Against 2.6)
Issue #256, Section #6 (2 Apr 2004: Linux 2.6.4-rc2 Released)
Issue #256, Section #12 (2 Apr 2004: Emulex Goes Open Source)
Issue #255, Section #3 (31 Mar 2004: Virtual Ethernet Driver For IBM iSeries And pSeries)
Issue #255, Section #16 (31 Mar 2004: iswraid Update For 2.4)
Issue #253, Section #3 (7 Mar 2004: Linux 2.6.2-rc2-mm1)
Issue #253, Section #13 (7 Mar 2004: forcedeth Network Driver Version 0.23 Submitted)
Issue #253, Section #15 (7 Mar 2004: Linux 2.6.2-mm1 "Geriatric Wombat" Released)
Issue #251, Section #4 (9 Feb 2004: KGDB 2.0.3 Released)
Issue #251, Section #12 (9 Feb 2004: Net Device Error Logging Macros For Drivers)
Issue #251, Section #20 (9 Feb 2004: Data-Flushing Prior To Software Suspend)
Issue #251, Section #23 (9 Feb 2004: Support For VT6410 IDE/RAID Chipset In 2.6)
Issue #251, Section #32 (9 Feb 2004: Forcedeth Update For 2.4; Some Developer Confusion)
Issue #250, Section #10 (4 Feb 2004: Status Of SiS964 SATA Support In 2.6)
Issue #250, Section #11 (4 Feb 2004: Experimental Net Driver Patch Reorganization)
Issue #250, Section #13 (4 Feb 2004: Adaptec Planning To Use MD For Their Own Software RAID Stack)
Issue #249, Section #2 (27 Jan 2004: New kthread Threading Functions)
Issue #248, Section #3 (20 Jan 2004: SysFS Class Patches To Ease Driver Support)
Issue #248, Section #11 (20 Jan 2004: Patch Submission Policies)
Issue #248, Section #12 (20 Jan 2004: BitKeeper Usage Policy And Advice)
Issue #248, Section #13 (20 Jan 2004: Status Of BitKeeper Snapshots For 2.6)
Issue #248, Section #15 (20 Jan 2004: Experimental Net Driver Updates For 2.6)
Issue #247, Section #20 (31 Dec 2003: 2.6.0-tiny1 Released)
Issue #246, Section #8 (26 Dec 2003: Update Of Experimental Net Driver)
Issue #245, Section #8 (14 Dec 2003: Hand-Off Of 2.6 To Andrew Still In Progress)
Issue #244, Section #2 (8 Dec 2003: Some Discussion Of IDE/SATA Status)
Issue #244, Section #8 (8 Dec 2003: Status Of The 2.0 Kernel (Yes, The 2.0 Kernel))
Issue #243, Section #16 (1 Dec 2003: New iswraid Intel Software RAID Driver For 2.4)
Issue #242, Section #9 (24 Nov 2003: Status Of Experimental Net Driver Updates)
Issue #241, Section #4 (16 Nov 2003: New Driver For Ethernet Interface Of NVidia's nForce Chipset)
Issue #237, Section #11 (26 Oct 2003: New iSCSI Target Implementation)
Issue #235, Section #2 (24 Oct 2003: Hyperthreading Configuration Questions For 2.4)
Issue #235, Section #3 (24 Oct 2003: More BitKeeper Debate; 'Arch' A Potential Replacement)
Issue #233, Section #2 (4 Oct 2003: libata Update)
Issue #231, Section #5 (10 Sep 2003: New netplug Daemon To Handle Network Cable Hotplugging)
Issue #231, Section #10 (10 Sep 2003: dontdiff In The Kernel Tree)
Issue #231, Section #11 (10 Sep 2003: Status Of i8xx Maintainership; Alan On Sabbatical)
Issue #230, Section #9 (9 Sep 2003: Linus May Maintain 2.6 Himself Until 2.7 Is Forked Off)
Issue #228, Section #8 (17 Aug 2003: Status Of Netconsole In 2.6)
Issue #227, Section #1 (11 Aug 2003: Progress Toward 2.4.22; Problems With BitKeeper Gateway; Mysterious Kernel Lockups)
Issue #227, Section #5 (11 Aug 2003: Status Of Serial ATA In 2.4)
Issue #226, Section #3 (5 Aug 2003: Promise GPLs SATA Driver; GPL Vs. OSL)
Issue #225, Section #3 (31 Jul 2003: Filesystem Support For Arbitrary Block Devices)
Issue #224, Section #4 (30 Jul 2003: Expected Changes From 2.4 To 2.6)
Issue #224, Section #13 (30 Jul 2003: BitKeeper Snapshots For 2.6.0-test)
Issue #223, Section #7 (20 Jul 2003: FAT Filesystem Maintainership)
Issue #223, Section #8 (20 Jul 2003: BitKeeper Snapshots For The 2.4 Tree)
Issue #222, Section #9 (10 Jul 2003: ATA-Over-SCSI Driver Update)
Issue #219, Section #7 (16 Jun 2003: SCSI Driver To Access IDE Devices)
Issue #217, Section #1 (23 May 2003: Status Of Digital Rights Management)
Issue #217, Section #5 (23 May 2003: Kernel Policy On Link-Order Dependencies)
Issue #216, Section #4 (20 May 2003: OSS Support For ICH5 Sound)
Issue #213, Section #5 (13 Apr 2003: IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) Driver Update)
Issue #211, Section #4 (30 Mar 2003: Local User Security Exploit Against 2.2 And 2.4 Kernels)
Issue #210, Section #1 (23 Mar 2003: BitBucket: A BitKeeper Competitor; Version Control Discussion)
Issue #209, Section #8 (16 Mar 2003: Getting Rid Of ipconfig.c)
Issue #207, Section #3 (2 Mar 2003: Configuration Option For All Ethernet 1000Mbit NICs)
Issue #207, Section #12 (2 Mar 2003: Consolidating Multiple ioctl Handler Code)
Issue #207, Section #14 (2 Mar 2003: Some Users Unhappy With Kernel Code Written Under NDA)
Issue #207, Section #19 (2 Mar 2003: Mailing List Statistics)
Issue #206, Section #8 (23 Feb 2003: 3Com 3cr990 Driver; BitKeeper Argument)
Issue #204, Section #10 (7 Feb 2003: Perl In The Configuration System)
Issue #204, Section #11 (7 Feb 2003: Kernel Ironies)
Issue #202, Section #13 (24 Jan 2003: Open Source Hardware)
Issue #202, Section #20 (24 Jan 2003: Compiling The Kernel With Non-GCC Compiler)
Issue #201, Section #8 (17 Jan 2003: NGTP Threading Library Version 2.2.0 Released)
Issue #201, Section #12 (17 Jan 2003: 2.5.56-mm1 Released; Subtle Race Condition Fixed)
Issue #200, Section #10 (13 Jan 2003: Status Of DM Filesystem In 2.5)
Issue #199, Section #1 (6 Jan 2003: System Call Handling; Feature Freeze; Code Freeze; BitKeeper Flames)
Issue #197, Section #1 (23 Dec 2002: Status Of O(1) Scheduler And Related Patches In 2.4)
Issue #197, Section #2 (23 Dec 2002: /proc/pci Versus lspci)
Issue #197, Section #16 (23 Dec 2002: Intel PRO/100 Software Developer Manual Released)
Issue #196, Section #1 (16 Dec 2002: ACPI Fixes Delayed In 2.4)
Issue #196, Section #5 (16 Dec 2002: Non-PCI-Specific DMA API)
Issue #196, Section #6 (16 Dec 2002: ACPI Licensing Change)
Issue #196, Section #9 (16 Dec 2002: Support For The Via 8233 Onboard Sound Card)
Issue #194, Section #7 (2 Dec 2002: Status Of Sound Support For VIA VT8233A)
Issue #193, Section #1 (25 Nov 2002: Support For sysfs For The EISA Bus)
Issue #193, Section #5 (25 Nov 2002: Bugzilla Bug Tracking Database For The Kernel)
Issue #192, Section #11 (18 Nov 2002: Alpha Maintainer; Historical Digression)
Issue #191, Section #2 (11 Nov 2002: Dynamically Growing ext2 And ext3 Filesystems)
Issue #191, Section #3 (11 Nov 2002: New SquashFS Highly Compressed Filesystem)
Issue #191, Section #8 (11 Nov 2002: Status Of initramfs)
Issue #191, Section #9 (11 Nov 2002: New Open POSIX Test Suite)
Issue #190, Section #3 (28 Oct 2002: Major UNIXism Deprecated: FS Interfaces Preferred Over ioctls)
Issue #190, Section #6 (28 Oct 2002: Maintainers List)
Issue #189, Section #1 (20 Oct 2002: Next Stable Series: 2.6 Or 3.0?)
Issue #189, Section #10 (20 Oct 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #187, Section #18 (6 Oct 2002: Linux Kernel conf 0.7.1 Released)
Issue #186, Section #16 (29 Sep 2002: Linux Hardened Device Project)
Issue #186, Section #22 (29 Sep 2002: BitKeeper Behavior)
Issue #185, Section #15 (22 Sep 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #185, Section #16 (22 Sep 2002: Linux 2.4.20-pre7 Released)
Issue #183, Section #7 (8 Sep 2002: Some IDE Developer Interaction)
Issue #182, Section #29 (1 Sep 2002: Linux 2.4.20-pre5)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #181, Section #31 (25 Aug 2002: Plan For IDE In 2.5)
Issue #180, Section #2 (18 Aug 2002: Ethernet Driver Documentation)
Issue #180, Section #9 (18 Aug 2002: Daily Snapshots Of The Unstable Series)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #179, Section #6 (11 Aug 2002: Exporting Network Driver Information To /proc Or Elsewhere)
Issue #175, Section #12 (14 Jul 2002: Status Of ATM/SONET Maintainership)
Issue #173, Section #3 (30 Jun 2002: The Future Of Linux Multiprocessor Support)
Issue #166, Section #5 (12 May 2002: Status Of e100-e1000 Drivers In Main Kernel)
Issue #159, Section #6 (25 Mar 2002: BitKeeper Feature Discussion)
Issue #159, Section #7 (25 Mar 2002: 2.5.7; Vacation)
Issue #158, Section #4 (18 Mar 2002: Arranging BitKeeper Repositories)
Issue #157, Section #6 (11 Mar 2002: Status Of RivaFB Maintainership)
Issue #156, Section #4 (4 Mar 2001: BitKeeper Kernel Hacking HOWTO)
Issue #156, Section #5 (4 Mar 2001: BitKeeper: The Saga Continues)
Issue #155, Section #5 (25 Feb 2002: Status Of LKCD)
Issue #155, Section #8 (25 Feb 2002: BitKeeper Wrangling)
Issue #154, Section #5 (18 Feb 2002: 2.4.18-pre9)
Issue #154, Section #9 (18 Feb 2002: Submitting BitKeeper Patches)
Issue #154, Section #11 (18 Feb 2002: Status Of eepro100 Driver)
Issue #153, Section #8 (11 Feb 2002: Doing 64-Bit Arithmetic In Kernel Modules)
Issue #153, Section #9 (11 Feb 2002: Linus Gives BitKeeper A Test Run)
Issue #153, Section #11 (11 Feb 2002: LVM Rewrite)
Issue #149, Section #2 (7 Jan 2002: Some Discussion Of Development Philosophy)
Issue #147, Section #4 (24 Dec 2001: Some Developers Unhappy With Linus)
Issue #146, Section #1 (17 Dec 2001: Coding Style; Development Philosophy)
Issue #145, Section #9 (10 Dec 2001: Migrating From OSS To ALSA)
Issue #144, Section #3 (3 Dec 2001: 2.4 Hand-Off To Marcelo)
Issue #142, Section #5 (19 Nov 2001: Linus Preparing 2.4 Hand-Off To Marcelo)
Issue #138, Section #1 (22 Oct 2001: Status Of linmodem Support; New User-Space /dev File Callback Handler)
Issue #138, Section #4 (22 Oct 2001: Status Of 2.4, 2.4-ac, and 2.5)
Issue #132, Section #8 (10 Sep 2001: Some Explanation Of Module Organization)
Issue #130, Section #1 (13 Aug 2001: Status Of Tulip Driver)
Issue #127, Section #1 (23 Jul 2001: Generalizing Swapfile Support In 2.5)
Issue #123, Section #5 (25 Jun 2001: Linux 2.4.6-pre3)
Issue #123, Section #7 (25 Jun 2001: IBM Lumbering Near Open Source)
Issue #121, Section #7 (11 Jun 2001: Procfs Documentation)
Issue #120, Section #3 (28 May 2001: LVM Development Policy)
Issue #120, Section #5 (28 May 2001: Device Numbers; Developer Discontent)
Issue #117, Section #7 (7 May 2001: Tulip Driver Broken Or Fixed In 2.4.4)
Issue #116, Section #1 (30 Apr 2001: Multi-Function PCI Devices)
Issue #116, Section #2 (30 Apr 2001: Enabling 64-Bit DMAs)
Issue #116, Section #9 (30 Apr 2001: ECN Vendor Support Page)
Issue #115, Section #5 (23 Apr 2001: Status Of CML2)
Issue #115, Section #8 (23 Apr 2001: Updated Olympic Driver)
Issue #114, Section #5 (16 Apr 2001: 2.4.3 Compile Problems On Alpha And IA64)
Issue #112, Section #7 (23 Mar 2001: Config Variable Reorganization)
Issue #112, Section #13 (23 Mar 2001: Finding -pre Releases)
Issue #111, Section #7 (16 Mar 2001: Status Of Hot-Plugging PCI Adaptors)
Issue #111, Section #9 (16 Mar 2001: Still Not Ready For 2.5)
Issue #111, Section #10 (16 Mar 2001: Reinitializing Modules After APM Suspend)
Issue #109, Section #1 (2 Mar 2001: New Starfire Driver Maintainer)
Issue #108, Section #8 (23 Feb 2001: Video Drivers In The Kernel)
Issue #106, Section #2 (9 Feb 2001: Sending Patches By Email)
Issue #106, Section #20 (9 Feb 2001: Status Of PCMCIA)
Issue #105, Section #9 (2 Feb 2001: Status Of Nvidia Framebuffer Driver)
Issue #101, Section #4 (8 Jan 2001: Repetive Strain Injuries)
Issue #100, Section #10 (1 Jan 2001: Alan's 2.4 Tree)
Issue #99, Section #4 (25 Dec 2000: Ethernet Module Update For The D-LINK DFE-530-TX Card In 2.2)
Issue #99, Section #5 (25 Dec 2000: Read-Write NTFS Support Broken And Should Not Be Used)
Issue #96, Section #9 (4 Dec 2000: Moving Away From Preprocessor Constructs)
Issue #95, Section #1 (27 Nov 2000: Status Of PCMCIA For 2.4)
Issue #95, Section #3 (27 Nov 2000: Hand Editing '.config' Files)
Issue #95, Section #6 (27 Nov 2000: Guide To Submitting Patches)
Issue #95, Section #8 (27 Nov 2000: Status of 'vgacon')
Issue #95, Section #9 (27 Nov 2000: Some Explanation Of Modules Exporting Symbols)
Issue #94, Section #2 (20 Nov 2000: Developer Discussion)
Issue #94, Section #3 (20 Nov 2000: Approaching 2.4.0)
Issue #94, Section #9 (20 Nov 2000: Big IrDA Changes Accepted Into 2.4; Linus On Patch Submissions)
Issue #94, Section #13 (20 Nov 2000: Porting Drivers From 2.2 To 2.4)
Issue #94, Section #14 (20 Nov 2000: Devices Incorrectly Reported Open Multiple Times - And It's Not A Bug)
Issue #93, Section #4 (13 Nov 2000: Configuring The Proper CPU)
Issue #92, Section #2 (6 Nov 2000: Some Benchmarks Comparing 2.2 With 2.4)
Issue #92, Section #3 (6 Nov 2000: Cleaning Up Internal Data Structures)
Issue #91, Section #11 (30 Oct 2000: Speeding Up Boot Process)
Issue #89, Section #8 (16 Oct 2000: 'kampd' Hogging The CPU?)
Issue #89, Section #11 (16 Oct 2000: 'procfs' Interface)
Issue #88, Section #1 (9 Oct 2000: Driver Directory-Structure Tweaks)
Issue #87, Section #5 (2 Oct 2000: Removing Distinctions Between Modules And In-Kernel Drivers)
Issue #87, Section #12 (2 Oct 2000: es1371 Sound Card Catches Bad Fixes)
Issue #81, Section #1 (21 Aug 2000: Ramdisks, Compression, Embedded Systems, Loopback, And The VM Situation)
Issue #81, Section #9 (21 Aug 2000: "Heap Of Bugs" Found In 2.4 Drivers)
Issue #81, Section #10 (21 Aug 2000: SGI Starts "Linux Test Project" Testing Suite)
Issue #79, Section #5 (7 Aug 2000: Making General Use Of A PCI Card's On-Board RAM)
Issue #79, Section #13 (7 Aug 2000: Reading Files From Device Drivers)
Issue #77, Section #4 (24 Jul 2000: Status Of Intel 82802 RNG Support)
Issue #76, Section #4 (17 Jul 2000: Some Explanation Of Variable Initialization)
Issue #73, Section #3 (26 Jun 2000: Stallman Advocates "MSDOS-Style Floppy Handling")
Issue #72, Section #2 (19 Jun 2000: Alan Releases 2.4.0-test1-ac7)
Issue #72, Section #3 (19 Jun 2000: 32-bit Devices On Alpha)
Issue #72, Section #8 (19 Jun 2000: Pushing For Sign-off On CML2)
Issue #72, Section #15 (19 Jun 2000: Status Of /proc Reorganization)
Issue #71, Section #15 (12 Jun 2000: Winmodem Progress)
Issue #70, Section #2 (5 Jun 2000: Things To Do Before 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #70, Section #6 (5 Jun 2000: Proposal For Kernel Changelogs)
Issue #67, Section #7 (15 May 2000: 'devfs' Change Breaks Current Systems But Mollifies Detractors)
Issue #66, Section #4 (8 May 2000: 'modutils' Cleanup)
Issue #65, Section #5 (1 May 2000: Philosophy Of Backward Compatibility In The Kernel)
Issue #65, Section #7 (1 May 2000: Makefile Patch To Ease Module Compilation)
Issue #65, Section #11 (1 May 2000: /usr/include/linux And /usr/include/asm Symlinks)
Issue #64, Section #4 (24 Apr 2000: Difficulties Merging Drivers For 2.3.99)
Issue #61, Section #6 (3 Apr 2000: Xircom Network Card Problems)
Issue #61, Section #9 (3 Apr 2000: '#include' Cleanup In Tulip Files)
Issue #61, Section #13 (3 Apr 2000: Status Of SC300 PCMCIA Driver)
Issue #60, Section #4 (27 Mar 2000: More Of Alan's Task List For 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #60, Section #7 (27 Mar 2000: Tulip Driver Developer Flame War)
Issue #58, Section #1 (13 Mar 2000: /proc Vs. devfs)
Issue #58, Section #3 (13 Mar 2000: Loading A New Kernel From A Running System)
Issue #58, Section #9 (13 Mar 2000: ACPI Vs. APM)
Issue #57, Section #4 (6 Mar 2000: The Real-Time Clock And Portability)
Issue #57, Section #6 (6 Mar 2000: Developers Dispute NIS Implementation)
Issue #55, Section #5 (21 Feb 2000: Makefile Cleanup; Module Init Order)
Issue #55, Section #7 (21 Feb 2000: Development Process And Corporate Politics)
Issue #54, Section #1 (14 Feb 2000: ToDo Before 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #54, Section #3 (14 Feb 2000: Sex, Drugs, And Rock And Roll)
Issue #54, Section #4 (14 Feb 2000: Initcall Policy)
Issue #54, Section #6 (14 Feb 2000: Compiling The Unstable Series For PowerMac)
Issue #48, Section #1 (27 Dec 1999: Binary Module Portability Across Kernel Versions)
Issue #47, Section #4 (20 Dec 1999: Yamaha Spits On The Open Source World)
Issue #44, Section #7 (22 Nov 1999: Discussion Of Makefile Portability)
Issue #43, Section #1 (15 Nov 1999: /proc/pci Confusion)
Issue #43, Section #7 (15 Nov 1999: SBLive Driver Source)
Issue #41, Section #8 (1 Nov 1999: New Hardware Mailing List; Some Discussion Of The 810 Graphics Chipset)
Issue #41, Section #10 (1 Nov 1999: Intel Releases Non-GPL (And Possibly Non-GPL-Compatible) Linux Drivers)
Issue #37, Section #1 (4 Oct 1999: Implementation Of Generic ACPI Support Debated)
Issue #37, Section #10 (4 Oct 1999: Mailbox Corruption Under 2.3.18ac)
Issue #37, Section #12 (4 Oct 1999: Kernel API Documentation System )
Issue #36, Section #1 (27 Sep 1999: PCI Probing)
Issue #36, Section #6 (27 Sep 1999: Linux 2.3.18ac3 Announced)
Issue #35, Section #3 (20 Sep 1999: RAID And NFS Trouble Going Into The Main Tree)
Issue #35, Section #16 (20 Sep 1999: Winmodem Status Report)
Issue #34, Section #21 (13 Sep 1999: Uniform Driver Interface 1.0 Gets Cold Shoulder)
Issue #34, Section #24 (13 Sep 1999: Storing Driver Data In /proc)
Issue #34, Section #25 (13 Sep 1999: MVP4 sound Support)
Issue #34, Section #26 (13 Sep 1999: ACPI In The Kernel)
Issue #32, Section #9 (27 Aug 1999: Newer I2C Code Probably Not Going Into 2.4)
Issue #31, Section #8 (19 Aug 1999: LinModems)
Issue #27, Section #5 (15 Jul 1999: kernel/resource.c Backwards Compatibility)
Issue #27, Section #12 (15 Jul 1999: i386 S3 (Trio64) Frame Buffer Driver)
Issue #26, Section #6 (8 Jul 1999: Loading And Unloading The Framebuffer Module)
Issue #23, Section #10 (17 Jun 1999: Riva Framebuffer Driver Started But Nonfunctional)
Issue #22, Section #14 (9 Jun 1999: AFS For Linux?)
Issue #17, Section #10 (6 May 1999: Purpose Of ioremap())

 

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