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Main Topics Index

Issue #323, Section #6 (3 Sep 2005: Weekly Kernel Status Summaries)
Issue #317, Section #4 (14 Aug 2005: New Yealink USB-P1K Phone Driver For VOIP)
Issue #256, Section #2 (2 Apr 2004: Proposal: A Layered Kernel)
Issue #255, Section #2 (31 Mar 2004: Using Sounds Cards For Generic Data Transfers)
Issue #250, Section #1 (4 Feb 2004: Some Comparison Of devfs And udev)
Issue #237, Section #1 (26 Oct 2003: Linux 2.6.0-test6 Released)
Issue #196, Section #9 (16 Dec 2002: Support For The Via 8233 Onboard Sound Card)
Issue #184, Section #23 (15 Sep 2002: Support For ALi 5451 Gameport)
Issue #117, Section #4 (7 May 2001: Sound Corruption Under 2.4.4)
Issue #116, Section #1 (30 Apr 2001: Multi-Function PCI Devices)
Issue #97, Section #8 (11 Dec 2000: Slow Maintenance Of Yamaha OPL3-SAx Sound Driver)
Issue #96, Section #1 (4 Dec 2000: Kernel Licensing Uncertainty)
Issue #87, Section #12 (2 Oct 2000: es1371 Sound Card Catches Bad Fixes)
Issue #68, Section #4 (22 May 2000: PC Speaker Driver)
Issue #58, Section #11 (13 Mar 2000: Spurious IRQ7)
Issue #41, Section #8 (1 Nov 1999: New Hardware Mailing List; Some Discussion Of The 810 Graphics Chipset)
Issue #38, Section #3 (11 Oct 1999: A Use For Winmodems)
Issue #37, Section #6 (4 Oct 1999: Support For Soundcard In Dell Latitude CPi 400 PPX)
Issue #36, Section #3 (27 Sep 1999: Support For MODULE_PARAM As Kernel Command Line Argument)
Issue #32, Section #15 (27 Aug 1999: Low-risk Fixes Possibly For 2.2.12-final)
Issue #23, Section #2 (17 Jun 1999: Fix For Uninterruptible Sound)
Issue #19, Section #13 (20 May 1999: Lockup When Testing Sound On 2.3.1 Fixed In 2.3.2)
Issue #10, Section #13 (18 Mar 1999: Sound Card Preferences For Linux)

 

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