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Matthew Wilcox

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Issue #329, Section #1 (26 Sep 2005: Using linux/irq.h Or asm/irq.h In Drivers)
Issue #268, Section #4 (19 Jul 2004: linux-libc-headers Updated To 2.6.7; Status Of ABI Cleanup)
Issue #267, Section #4 (18 Jul 2004: Generic SCSI Build Target With Target Drivers)
Issue #264, Section #23 (25 Jun 2004: megaraid Driver Version 2.20.0-rc2 Released)
Issue #261, Section #4 (9 Jun 2004: Exposing ACPI API To User-Space Via SysFS)
Issue #245, Section #4 (14 Dec 2003: Filesystem Encryption And Compression)
Issue #240, Section #12 (10 Nov 2003: Making Filsystem Operations const)
Issue #239, Section #8 (1 Nov 2003: Driver Update For MPT Fusion)
Issue #236, Section #2 (26 Oct 2003: Separating Kernel Headers From User-Space Headers (The Saga Continues))
Issue #232, Section #3 (20 Sep 2003: Separating Kernel Headers From User-Space Headers)
Issue #219, Section #18 (16 Jun 2003: PCI Fixes For 2.5.70)
Issue #209, Section #10 (16 Mar 2003: klibc Licensing Discussion)
Issue #203, Section #7 (31 Jan 2003: Documentation For SoftIRQs, Tasklets, Timers, And Work Queues)
Issue #196, Section #1 (16 Dec 2002: ACPI Fixes Delayed In 2.4)
Issue #191, Section #5 (11 Nov 2002: Kconfig Documentation)
Issue #185, Section #20 (22 Sep 2002: Status Of ACPI)
Issue #184, Section #16 (15 Sep 2002: IPMI Driver Direction)
Issue #184, Section #25 (15 Sep 2002: Linux Test Project 20020910 Released)
Issue #182, Section #7 (1 Sep 2002: First-Come-First-Served Locking For POSIX And Flock Locks)
Issue #179, Section #29 (11 Aug 2002: LSM Updates For 2.4 And 2.5)
Issue #178, Section #24 (4 Aug 2002: HP Diva Support For 2.5.29)
Issue #174, Section #6 (7 Jul 2002: Ongoing BKL Removal)
Issue #117, Section #2 (7 May 2001: Architecture-Specific Source Tree Restructuring)
Issue #100, Section #10 (1 Jan 2001: Alan's 2.4 Tree)
Issue #88, Section #10 (9 Oct 2000: Redesigning Or Getting Rid Of '/proc/locks')
Issue #83, Section #1 (5 Sep 2000: 2.4 SMP Scalability)
Issue #76, Section #14 (17 Jul 2000: Configuring Number Of CPUs On SMP Systems)
Issue #74, Section #5 (3 Jul 2000: Some Discussion Of Locking)
Issue #74, Section #9 (3 Jul 2000: Maintaining Buildable Ports)
Issue #73, Section #4 (26 Jun 2000: Linus On Micro-Kernels)
Issue #73, Section #10 (26 Jun 2000: Developer Philosophy: Quietly Breaking Hardware Ports In Unstable Series)
Issue #72, Section #14 (19 Jun 2000: Large Files On 32-Bit Systems Under 2.4 And 2.2)
Issue #71, Section #3 (12 Jun 2000: Some Discussion Of Compiler Optimization Switches)
Issue #70, Section #9 (5 Jun 2000: Alan Releases His First 2.4-test1 ac Patch)
Issue #65, Section #14 (1 May 2000: Renovating File Locking Code)
Issue #65, Section #15 (1 May 2000: Organization Of Kernel Modules)
Issue #59, Section #3 (20 Mar 2000: 64-bit Linux)
Issue #56, Section #3 (28 Feb 2000: To Do For 2.4: Saga Continues)
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 #52, Section #1 (24 Jan 2000: ToDo Before 2.4)
Issue #50, Section #4 (10 Jan 2000: Recoding Floating Point Emulation Routines)
Issue #44, Section #8 (22 Nov 1999: Splitting The Kernel Source Into More Manageable Chunks)
Issue #42, Section #5 (8 Nov 1999: Subtle Multiarchitecture Code)
Issue #35, Section #5 (20 Sep 1999: Bug With Resource Limits)
Issue #34, Section #30 (13 Sep 1999: Some Explanation Of Locking)
Issue #32, Section #12 (27 Aug 1999: Using 4 Gigs Of Ram On 32-Bit Systems)
Issue #31, Section #3 (19 Aug 1999: Large Memory Systems)
Issue #28, Section #1 (22 Jul 1999: Loop Devices Over NFS)
Issue #28, Section #7 (22 Jul 1999: Old Comments In The Code)
Issue #26, Section #2 (8 Jul 1999: Linus Okays Raw IO Patches)
Issue #26, Section #10 (8 Jul 1999: Module Packaging)
Issue #24, Section #7 (24 Jun 1999: Renovating 'mount')
Issue #23, Section #3 (17 Jun 1999: XTP And Bell Labs' IL In The Standard Kernel)
Issue #23, Section #4 (17 Jun 1999: Linux Reminiscence)
Issue #20, Section #2 (27 May 1999: Remounting A Filesystem Under A Different Directory)
Issue #10, Section #14 (18 Mar 1999: Mounting Loopback Issues)
Issue #5, Section #1 (11 Feb 1999: Capabilities And ACLs)

 

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