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Serial ATA

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Issue #328, Section #4 (19 Sep 2005: Status Of Serial SCSI; Some Dispute Over Direction)
Issue #327, Section #3 (12 Sep 2005: Marvell SATA Support)
Issue #325, Section #1 (5 Sep 2005: SATA Status Report)
Issue #324, Section #3 (4 Sep 2005: NVidia Still Hostile To Free Software)
Issue #323, Section #6 (3 Sep 2005: Weekly Kernel Status Summaries)
Issue #321, Section #5 (3 Sep 2005: Adding Hotswap Support To libata)
Issue #311, Section #12 (5 Jun 2005: libata Development Migrates From BitKeeper To git)
Issue #308, Section #3 (28 Apr 2005: Serial ATA Status Reports Updated; SATA Still Developed On BitKeeper)
Issue #306, Section #2 (11 Apr 2005: Linux 2.6.12-rc1-mm3 Released)
Issue #302, Section #13 (2 Apr 2005: Linux 2.4.30-pre3 Released)
Issue #301, Section #4 (2 Apr 2005: Linux 2.6.11-rc5 Released)
Issue #300, Section #5 (29 Mar 2005: New yaird Replacement For mkinitrd)
Issue #299, Section #1 (6 Mar 2005: Intel Software RAID Driver (iswraid) Going Into 2.4)
Issue #299, Section #7 (6 Mar 2005: Linux 2.4.30-pre1 Released)
Issue #295, Section #13 (3 Feb 2005: Status Of SATA Hotplug Support)
Issue #294, Section #1 (2 Feb 2005: SATA Support For Intel ICH7 Under 2.4 And 2.6)
Issue #294, Section #5 (2 Feb 2005: Linux 2.4.29-rc1 Released)
Issue #288, Section #7 (2 Jan 2005: Linux 2.4.29-pre1 Released)
Issue #286, Section #6 (30 Nov 2004: New ADMA Driver)
Issue #284, Section #4 (17 Nov 2004: Linux 2.4.28-rc1; Straggling Patches Considered For Inclusion)
Issue #284, Section #6 (17 Nov 2004: Linux 2.6.10-rc1 Released: The 'Woozy Numbat'; Some Numbering Considerations)
Issue #284, Section #10 (17 Nov 2004: Cross-Compilation HOWTO)
Issue #281, Section #7 (30 Oct 2004: iswraid Going Into 2.4; Device Mapper Subsystem Too Invasive For Inclusion)
Issue #278, Section #5 (19 Oct 2004: Stricter I/O Typechecking In 2.6)
Issue #276, Section #2 (9 Oct 2004: Linux 2.6.9-rc1 Released; Some Discussion Of Patch Release Policy)
Issue #276, Section #3 (9 Oct 2004: Linux 2.4.28-pre2 Released; Status Of Supporting Various GCC Versions)
Issue #274, Section #17 (18 Sep 2004: SATA RAID FAQ)
Issue #274, Section #18 (18 Sep 2004: Linux 2.6.8 Released; 2.6.8.1 Paper-Bag Fix Introduces New Versioning Policy)
Issue #274, Section #20 (18 Sep 2004: Linux 2.4.28-pre1 Released)
Issue #270, Section #6 (7 Aug 2004: Serial ATA (SATA) Status Report)
Issue #270, Section #7 (7 Aug 2004: iswraid Updated For 2.4.26)
Issue #264, Section #2 (25 Jun 2004: Status Report On Serial ATA (SATA))
Issue #264, Section #16 (25 Jun 2004: Linux 2.6.6-mm5 Released; SATA Code Rough Around The Edges)
Issue #263, Section #8 (14 Jun 2004: SATA Going Into 2.4.27)
Issue #263, Section #19 (14 Jun 2004: libata Updates, Including Hotplug Support)
Issue #262, Section #5 (11 Jun 2004: Linux 2.4.27-pre1 Released)
Issue #262, Section #6 (11 Jun 2004: SiS Driver Fixes)
Issue #262, Section #7 (11 Jun 2004: AHCI Driver; Open Hardware Specifications)
Issue #261, Section #17 (9 Jun 2004: ATP867X PCI IDE Driver Released)
Issue #260, Section #1 (5 Jun 2004: Speeding Up SATA)
Issue #259, Section #10 (22 May 2004: Status Of Serial ATA (SATA))
Issue #259, Section #14 (22 May 2004: libata Update)
Issue #259, Section #21 (22 May 2004: libata Update)
Issue #258, Section #9 (18 Apr 2004: libata Update Against 2.6)
Issue #257, Section #22 (6 Apr 2004: Linux 2.6.5-rc1 Released)
Issue #255, Section #16 (31 Mar 2004: iswraid Update For 2.4)
Issue #251, Section #23 (9 Feb 2004: Support For VT6410 IDE/RAID Chipset In 2.6)
Issue #250, Section #10 (4 Feb 2004: Status Of SiS964 SATA Support In 2.6)
Issue #248, Section #7 (20 Jan 2004: Some RAID Recommendations)
Issue #246, Section #12 (26 Dec 2003: x86_64-2.6.0-1 Released)
Issue #244, Section #2 (8 Dec 2003: Some Discussion Of IDE/SATA Status)
Issue #244, Section #5 (8 Dec 2003: Linux 2.4.23 Released; 2.4 Series Enters Deep Freeze)
Issue #243, Section #16 (1 Dec 2003: New iswraid Intel Software RAID Driver For 2.4)
Issue #242, Section #1 (24 Nov 2003: Status Of IDE-SCSI Maintainance)
Issue #240, Section #4 (10 Nov 2003: Linux 2.6.0-test9; Rapidly Approaching 2.6.0 And Handoff To Andrew)
Issue #239, Section #10 (1 Nov 2003: New DevFS Replacement uSDE, Similar To udev)
Issue #233, Section #2 (4 Oct 2003: libata Update)
Issue #227, Section #5 (11 Aug 2003: Status Of Serial ATA In 2.4)
Issue #226, Section #3 (5 Aug 2003: Promise GPLs SATA Driver; GPL Vs. OSL)
Issue #222, Section #5 (10 Jul 2003: Status Of Serial ATA In 2.4)
Issue #222, Section #9 (10 Jul 2003: ATA-Over-SCSI Driver Update)
Issue #219, Section #7 (16 Jun 2003: SCSI Driver To Access IDE Devices)
Issue #215, Section #15 (9 May 2003: IDE Maintainership And Licensing Changes)
Issue #211, Section #10 (30 Mar 2003: IDE Todo List)
Issue #210, Section #10 (23 Mar 2003: Status Of Promise Driver Development)
Issue #208, Section #13 (7 Mar 2003: Support For The Promise PDC 20376 Serial ATA / RAID Controller)
Issue #206, Section #6 (23 Feb 2003: Promise Spits On Free Software)
Issue #199, Section #9 (6 Jan 2003: Support For The Promise 20376 RAID Controller)
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 #183, Section #30 (8 Sep 2002: x86 BIOS Enhanced Disk Device (EDD) Polling)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #181, Section #28 (25 Aug 2002: Status Of 2.5 Kernel)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #100, Section #11 (1 Jan 2001: ATA Specification Available With Click-Through Licence)
Issue #86, Section #10 (25 Sep 2000: New Maintainer For ATA Backport)

 

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