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Tigran Aivazian

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Issue #277, Section #10 (17 Oct 2004: Intel Microcode Update Available)
Issue #231, Section #10 (10 Sep 2003: dontdiff In The Kernel Tree)
Issue #211, Section #5 (30 Mar 2003: Deprecating .gz Format On kernel.org)
Issue #190, Section #6 (28 Oct 2002: Maintainers List)
Issue #189, Section #10 (20 Oct 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #185, Section #15 (22 Sep 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #162, Section #2 (14 Apr 2002: Kernel Licensing Discussion)
Issue #161, Section #8 (7 Apr 2002: Status Of util-linux Maintainership)
Issue #160, Section #13 (1 Apr 2002: -dj Kernels Forward-Porting 2.4 Code To 2.5; Migrating To BitKeeper)
Issue #128, Section #3 (30 Jul 2001: Status Of Kernel Debuggers)
Issue #128, Section #4 (30 Jul 2001: Status Of Journaling Filesystems)
Issue #118, Section #8 (14 May 2001: KDB Wishlist)
Issue #111, Section #2 (16 Mar 2001: Linux Vs. FreeBSD Networking Performance)
Issue #108, Section #5 (23 Feb 2001: Lost Keypresses In 2.4.1)
Issue #103, Section #2 (19 Jan 2001: Maximum CPUs And RAM Under 2.4 Kernels)
Issue #102, Section #9 (12 Jan 2001: ac Patches Against 2.4.0-prerelease)
Issue #98, Section #2 (18 Dec 2000: Hunting Several Filsystem Corruption Bugs: The Saga Continues)
Issue #98, Section #3 (18 Dec 2000: User-Space Serial Port Driver)
Issue #98, Section #14 (18 Dec 2000: Kernel Documentation)
Issue #97, Section #2 (11 Dec 2000: More 2.4 Filesystem Corruption)
Issue #97, Section #7 (11 Dec 2000: Success Report For Big Memory Machines)
Issue #95, Section #6 (27 Nov 2000: Guide To Submitting Patches)
Issue #95, Section #10 (27 Nov 2000: Some Developer Interaction)
Issue #92, Section #1 (6 Nov 2000: Large Memory Support For Intel Systems)
Issue #91, Section #2 (30 Oct 2000: iBCS For 2.4)
Issue #85, Section #2 (18 Sep 2000: VM Patches Shaping Up, But Still Not Ready)
Issue #84, Section #1 (11 Sep 2000: Posix Threads (pthreads) In Linux)
Issue #82, Section #1 (28 Aug 2000: linux-kernel Moves To kernel.org)
Issue #82, Section #2 (28 Aug 2000: "Linux Kernel Internals" For 2.4)
Issue #79, Section #6 (7 Aug 2000: Linus On Unions)
Issue #79, Section #12 (7 Aug 2000: Some Explanation Of Hard IRQ Atomicity)
Issue #78, Section #7 (31 Jul 2000: Forcing Partition 'umount')
Issue #77, Section #5 (24 Jul 2000: Some Discussion Of The SMP Booting Code)
Issue #76, Section #2 (17 Jul 2000: Closing The File Descriptors Of Arbitrary Processes)
Issue #76, Section #3 (17 Jul 2000: Developers Argue Over Kernel Coding Standards)
Issue #76, Section #7 (17 Jul 2000: Linus Inadvertantly Steps Into Minor Filesystem Dispute)
Issue #75, Section #2 (10 Jul 2000: Linus Announces 2.4.0-test2)
Issue #74, Section #2 (3 Jul 2000: Getting Rid Of zImage)
Issue #73, Section #10 (26 Jun 2000: Developer Philosophy: Quietly Breaking Hardware Ports In Unstable Series)
Issue #72, Section #7 (19 Jun 2000: To Do List For Next Unstable Series)
Issue #72, Section #16 (19 Jun 2000: Intel P6 Microcode Upgrade And Linux Utility For Installing It)
Issue #70, Section #9 (5 Jun 2000: Alan Releases His First 2.4-test1 ac Patch)
Issue #68, Section #7 (22 May 2000: '/proc' Bug In Latest Development Kernels)
Issue #67, Section #10 (15 May 2000: Some Explanation Of '/dev/kmem')
Issue #65, Section #1 (1 May 2000: Loopback Device Broken In Latest Kernels)
Issue #63, Section #6 (17 Apr 2000: 2.4 Jobs List: Saga Continues)
Issue #58, Section #1 (13 Mar 2000: /proc Vs. devfs)
Issue #57, Section #11 (6 Mar 2000: Status Of IBCS)
Issue #55, Section #11 (21 Feb 2000: Bug Hunt In Unstable Series)
Issue #49, Section #2 (3 Jan 2000: Preparing For Code Freeze)
Issue #39, Section #2 (18 Oct 1999: 'Fuck' Removed From Kernel Docs)
Issue #36, Section #6 (27 Sep 1999: Linux 2.3.18ac3 Announced)
Issue #33, Section #23 (7 Sep 1999: Module Init Code Handling)
Issue #23, Section #9 (17 Jun 1999: Kernel Based Web Server)
Issue #13, Section #9 (8 Apr 1999: Linux Debugger For Assembly)
Issue #11, Section #4 (27 Mar 1999: Storing Kernel .config In The Kernel Itself)
Issue #10, Section #24 (18 Mar 1999: 3dfx Driver Exploit)
Issue #10, Section #28 (18 Mar 1999: Storing Kernel .config Information In The Kernel)
Issue #10, Section #30 (18 Mar 1999: Sleeping While Holding A Spinlock)
Issue #10, Section #32 (18 Mar 1999: fs/proc/array.c Fixes)
Issue #3, Section #14 (28 Jan 1999: 2.2.0 Exploit To Crash The System)

 

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