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Issue #72, Section #1 (20 Dec 2000: Penguin For Linux, Daemon For BSD, and For Hurd...?)
Issue #71, Section #9 (13 Dec 2000: Microkernels On Other Processors)
Issue #44, Section #1 (19 Apr 2000: Berlin Windowing System For The Hurd)
Issue #39, Section #6 (15 Mar 2000: Politics Of The Hurd)
Issue #34, Section #6 (9 Feb 2000: Mach Discussion; Single-Server OS Vs. Multi-Server OS)
Issue #29, Section #4 (29 Dec 1999: User Mode Mach)
Issue #22, Section #2 (3 Nov 1999: Will The Hurd Replace Linux?)
Issue #14, Section #3 (8 Sep 1999: Switching Away From Mach)

 

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