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Brent Fulgham

Main Quotes Index

Issue #105, Section #6 (27 Aug 2001: time Added)
Issue #101, Section #3 (31 Jul 2001: Booting Problems)
Issue #70, Section #4 (6 Dec 2000: Hurd Distribution Attempt)
Issue #67, Section #5 (15 Nov 2000: Using 'knit' To Improve Code Reusability)
Issue #61, Section #3 (4 Oct 2000: Things To Help With The Hurd)
Issue #60, Section #4 (27 Sep 2000: 'apt' Under The Hurd; Download Directory Reorganization)
Issue #55, Section #2 (26 Jul 2000: Situation Of Hurd Developers And Mailing List Subscribers)
Issue #40, Section #4 (22 Mar 2000: Porting 'apt')
Issue #38, Section #1 (8 Mar 2000: Hurd On VMWare/plex86; Philosophy Of Using Free Software)
Issue #33, Section #4 (26 Jan 2000: 'vim' 5.6 Available)
Issue #33, Section #5 (26 Jan 2000: Eiffel Initial Success)
Issue #28, Section #1 (22 Dec 1999: Hurd Initialization)
Issue #28, Section #2 (22 Dec 1999: hurd.org Domain)
Issue #23, Section #4 (10 Nov 1999: Hurd Q/A)
Issue #22, Section #1 (3 Nov 1999: Hurd Documentation)
Issue #21, Section #1 (27 Oct 1999: Stale Files Could Pollute Upgrades)
Issue #21, Section #6 (27 Oct 1999: httpfs; Porting 'apt')
Issue #20, Section #2 (20 Sep 1999: Problems With 19991015 Tarball)
Issue #19, Section #2 (13 Oct 1999: KGI In The Hurd)
Issue #18, Section #1 (6 Oct 1999: Installation Difficulties; Terminal Translator)
Issue #15, Section #6 (14 Sep 1999: dselect Success!!)
Issue #4, Section #3 (29 Jun 1999: Ongoing 'ltrace' And 'ptrace' Efforts)
Issue #3, Section #1 (17 Jun 1999: Stay Away From The libnfslock Package)
Issue #3, Section #3 (17 Jun 1999: Latest Hurd Version; Hurd On AMD)
Issue #3, Section #6 (17 Jun 1999: Successful Hurd Install; Installing A Bootloader; Mounting A CD; Removing A Translator; ncftp Success; Lists Of Good Packages; apt-get Saga)
Issue #3, Section #8 (17 Jun 1999: Porting Debugging Tools To The Hurd)
Issue #3, Section #10 (17 Jun 1999: Hurd Profiling)
Issue #3, Section #12 (17 Jun 1999: Slight Problem (And Solution) Recompiling GNUMach)
Issue #2, Section #5 (10 Jun 1999: Python, Tk, and Vim Successes)
Issue #2, Section #6 (10 Jun 1999: Problems Telnetting To A Hurd Box)
Issue #2, Section #11 (10 Jun 1999: Tk Success)
Issue #1, Section #13 (3 Jun 1999: Thread Portability)

 

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