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Issue #229, Section #5 (8 Sep 2003: /proc/kcore May Be Going Away)
Issue #221, Section #3 (30 Jun 2003: Linux 2.5.72 Released; Linus Moves To OSDL)
Issue #221, Section #6 (30 Jun 2003: Patch Submission Policy)
Issue #217, Section #4 (23 May 2003: Problems With BitKeeper-To-CVS Gateway)
Issue #214, Section #6 (28 Apr 2003: Cleaning Out Unused ioctls)
Issue #212, Section #2 (6 Apr 2003: Power PC Profiling)
Issue #202, Section #16 (24 Jan 2003: New Module Builder Project; Complaints About Module Standards)
Issue #194, Section #12 (2 Dec 2002: Trouble With Module Code In 2.5)
Issue #187, Section #20 (6 Oct 2002: oprofile For 2.5.39 Released)
Issue #185, Section #32 (22 Sep 2002: Linux Security Module 2.5.35-lsm1 Released)
Issue #127, Section #4 (23 Jul 2001: Kernel Documentation Efforts)
Issue #120, Section #9 (28 May 2001: Very Old Config Bug; CML2 Discussion)
Issue #105, Section #10 (2 Feb 2001: Linux Kernel Product Placement (Order Now!))
Issue #103, Section #14 (19 Jan 2001: Statistical Kernel Profiler Available)
Issue #85, Section #3 (18 Sep 2000: Positive Reports On The Latest VM Patches)

 

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