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Issue #230, Section #9 (9 Sep 2003: Linus May Maintain 2.6 Himself Until 2.7 Is Forked Off)
Issue #219, Section #9 (16 Jun 2003: Linux 2.5.70 Released; Moving Toward "pre-2.6")
Issue #84, Section #4 (11 Sep 2000: Large RAID Under Linux)
Issue #74, Section #8 (3 Jul 2000: Makefiles Inefficient Since 2.2.16)
Issue #73, Section #9 (26 Jun 2000: Developers Discuss Microsoft)
Issue #58, Section #6 (13 Mar 2000: Suggestion: /proc/nzombie Zombie Counter)

 

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