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Issue #135, Section #11 (1 Oct 2001: U.S. Anti-Terrorism Laws)
Issue #123, Section #7 (25 Jun 2001: IBM Lumbering Near Open Source)
Issue #103, Section #1 (19 Jan 2001: Impact Of Sudden Power Loss On Journalled Filesystems)
Issue #96, Section #1 (4 Dec 2000: Kernel Licensing Uncertainty)
Issue #94, Section #7 (20 Nov 2000: Virtual Memory Problems In 2.2)
Issue #94, Section #9 (20 Nov 2000: Big IrDA Changes Accepted Into 2.4; Linus On Patch Submissions)
Issue #94, Section #10 (20 Nov 2000: 64-Bit 'printk()' in 2.2)
Issue #83, Section #3 (5 Sep 2000: Dealing With Binary Files In The Kernel Source)
Issue #82, Section #8 (28 Aug 2000: More On OOM, Resource Accounting, And The New VM)
Issue #81, Section #13 (21 Aug 2000: NT/HFS-Style Multiple "Resources" In A Single File)

 

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