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Mike A. Harris

Main Quotes Index

Issue #123, Section #7 (25 Jun 2001: IBM Lumbering Near Open Source)
Issue #117, Section #4 (7 May 2001: Sound Corruption Under 2.4.4)
Issue #113, Section #6 (30 Mar 2001: Amount Of Swap To Use In 2.4)
Issue #105, Section #1 (2 Feb 2001: Bad Microsoft Interaction With Linux)
Issue #101, Section #2 (8 Jan 2001: The NSA's Security-Enhanced Linux)
Issue #100, Section #3 (1 Jan 2001: Argument Over Quality Of Red Hat 7.0)
Issue #99, Section #4 (25 Dec 2000: Ethernet Module Update For The D-LINK DFE-530-TX Card In 2.2)
Issue #96, Section #7 (4 Dec 2000: '/proc' Documentation Updates)
Issue #91, Section #3 (30 Oct 2000: 'IDE-patch' In 2.2)
Issue #91, Section #4 (30 Oct 2000: Tulip Driver Complexity Interferes With Development)
Issue #91, Section #10 (30 Oct 2000: Developers Uncomfortable Expressing Discontent)
Issue #90, Section #12 (23 Oct 2000: Ambiguous References To The GPL In Kernel Sources)
Issue #84, Section #3 (11 Sep 2000: Using Kernel Headers In Non-GPLed Code)
Issue #83, Section #1 (5 Sep 2000: 2.4 SMP Scalability)
Issue #83, Section #2 (5 Sep 2000: A Defense Of utime())
Issue #83, Section #3 (5 Sep 2000: Dealing With Binary Files In The Kernel Source)
Issue #82, Section #1 (28 Aug 2000: linux-kernel Moves To kernel.org)
Issue #80, Section #4 (14 Aug 2000: Symlinks In The Kernel; Kernel/Library/etc Interface Dispute)
Issue #79, Section #7 (7 Aug 2000: 'Virgin Connect' Violates GPL)
Issue #78, Section #1 (31 Jul 2000: Reliable MDA Card Detection)
Issue #78, Section #4 (31 Jul 2000: Japanese-Encoded Spam And linux-kernel Policy)
Issue #77, Section #3 (24 Jul 2000: Per-User Resource Limits Planned For 2.5)
Issue #75, Section #8 (10 Jul 2000: Large Files In 2.4 On 32-Bit Architectures)
Issue #62, Section #5 (10 Apr 2000: Keyboard Repeat Rate)
Issue #60, Section #4 (27 Mar 2000: More Of Alan's Task List For 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #60, Section #9 (27 Mar 2000: Spam On linux-kernel)
Issue #58, Section #6 (13 Mar 2000: Suggestion: /proc/nzombie Zombie Counter)
Issue #57, Section #9 (6 Mar 2000: Magic Number In PID Wrapping Algorithm)
Issue #57, Section #13 (6 Mar 2000: Future Of Console Code)
Issue #53, Section #1 (7 Feb 2000: Discussion Of The Development Process)
Issue #53, Section #3 (7 Feb 2000: US Crypto Laws)
Issue #51, Section #6 (18 Jan 2000: Release Schedules)
Issue #50, Section #3 (10 Jan 2000: Kernel-Based Windowing For Embedded Systems; License Debate)
Issue #48, Section #3 (27 Dec 1999: Telephone Interface Card Under Linux)
Issue #48, Section #5 (27 Dec 1999: Major Security Hole In 2.0.x!! Alan Hands Off The 2.0 Tree To David Weinehall!!)
Issue #48, Section #6 (27 Dec 1999: Development Process Criticized; Alan Uses egcs 1.1.2)
Issue #45, Section #3 (6 Dec 1999: Microsoft Historical Digression)
Issue #44, Section #4 (22 Nov 1999: Possible GPL Conflicts In Reiserfs License)
Issue #44, Section #5 (22 Nov 1999: Kernel Support For Binary-Only Programs)
Issue #39, Section #4 (18 Oct 1999: 3rd-Party Modules Interfere With Kernel Debugging (More Vmware Problems))
Issue #32, Section #2 (27 Aug 1999: Wireless Net Connectivity)
Issue #32, Section #18 (27 Aug 1999: linux-kernel Under Attack)
Issue #31, Section #2 (19 Aug 1999: Uninterruptible Power Supplies)
Issue #31, Section #8 (19 Aug 1999: LinModems)
Issue #23, Section #1 (17 Jun 1999: IRQ Autoconfig)
Issue #23, Section #6 (17 Jun 1999: Status Of Patches To Use Extra RAM As A Ramdisk)
Issue #21, Section #1 (3 Jun 1999: Which Distribution Does Linus Use?)
Issue #16, Section #4 (29 Apr 1999: Swap Files Vs. Swap Partitions)
Issue #10, Section #20 (18 Mar 1999: Real Time And MP3 Skipping)
Issue #9, Section #4 (11 Mar 1999: Undelete)
Issue #9, Section #11 (11 Mar 1999: CPU Quality)
Issue #8, Section #13 (4 Mar 1999: Possible GPL Violation By Mosix)
Issue #6, Section #1 (18 Feb 1999: Spam On linux-kernel)
Issue #6, Section #4 (18 Feb 1999: modutil Ownership Dispute; C Vs. C++)

 

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