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Issue #328, Section #6 (19 Sep 2005: DevFS Still On The Chopping Block; Users Still Resistant)
Issue #321, Section #7 (3 Sep 2005: Some Discussion Of Users Tracking Kernel Releases)
Issue #311, Section #1 (5 Jun 2005: Linux 2.6.12-rc3-mm1 Released)
Issue #302, Section #11 (2 Apr 2005: Guidelines For Accepting Patches Into The w.x.y.z Tree)
Issue #296, Section #3 (12 Feb 2005: plugsched Version 2.0 Released; Some Discussion Of Official Inclusion)
Issue #285, Section #2 (26 Nov 2004: Some Discussion Of The Reasons To Support Older Compilers)
Issue #264, Section #6 (25 Jun 2004: Capabilities; The Saga Continues)
Issue #257, Section #14 (6 Apr 2004: Status Of Rootkit Attacks Against 2.6)
Issue #251, Section #3 (9 Feb 2004: Linux 2.6.1-mm4 Released)
Issue #238, Section #11 (27 Oct 2003: exec-shield Patch Updated For 2.4 And 2.6)
Issue #236, Section #3 (26 Oct 2003: Value Of DigSig Questioned By Developers)
Issue #236, Section #5 (26 Oct 2003: Kernel Port-Availability Security Suggestion)
Issue #235, Section #6 (24 Oct 2003: Updated exec-shield Patch Released For Several Kernel Trees)
Issue #227, Section #2 (11 Aug 2003: Scheduler Interactivity Improvements And Lingering Problems In 2.6-test)
Issue #214, Section #14 (28 Apr 2003: Fix For PCMCIA Boot Deadlocks)
Issue #204, Section #5 (7 Feb 2003: Secure Distribution Of New Kernel Sources)
Issue #203, Section #3 (31 Jan 2003: Specialized Hardware Emulation For Linux Sandbox)
Issue #201, Section #8 (17 Jan 2003: NGTP Threading Library Version 2.2.0 Released)
Issue #195, Section #22 (9 Dec 2002: Bugzilla: The Saga Continues)

 

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