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Issue #85, Section #3 (20 Mar 2001: g++, libgtk1.2 And esound)
Issue #85, Section #4 (20 Mar 2001: Security Issues)
Issue #85, Section #7 (20 Mar 2001: Memory Leaks)
Issue #85, Section #9 (20 Mar 2001: Compiling apt-0.5.3)
Issue #85, Section #10 (20 Mar 2001: X Mouse Protocol, screen)
Issue #50, Section #4 (31 May 2000: 'dpkg' Dependency)
Issue #44, Section #1 (19 Apr 2000: Berlin Windowing System For The Hurd)
Issue #34, Section #9 (9 Feb 2000: Installing The Hurd From FreeBSD)
Issue #27, Section #2 (15 Dec 1999: Perl-Based Translator)
Issue #24, Section #3 (17 Nov 1999: Access To The System Granted To Non-Logged-In Users)
Issue #21, Section #1 (27 Oct 1999: Stale Files Could Pollute Upgrades)
Issue #17, Section #1 (29 Sep 1999: Updating Documentation For Installation Procedure)
Issue #17, Section #4 (29 Sep 1999: Unsolved Installation Problems)
Issue #16, Section #4 (22 Sep 1999: Newcomer Gets Help Booting The Hurd)
Issue #15, Section #5 (14 Sep 1999: Lots Of New Packages And Boot Disk)
Issue #14, Section #4 (8 Sep 1999: Patch To Ease Downloading During cross-install)
Issue #14, Section #5 (8 Sep 1999: Downgrading mke2fs No Longer Necessary)
Issue #9, Section #2 (2 Aug 1999: Partition Sizing; VMWare; Booting From A Disk Image)
Issue #8, Section #1 (28 Jul 1999: VMWare And The Hurd)
Issue #2, Section #4 (10 Jun 1999: Guile Success)
Issue #2, Section #10 (10 Jun 1999: Listing Known Issues Between The Hurd and Linux)
Issue #1, Section #7 (3 Jun 1999: Problems Compiling guile-core For The Hurd)
Issue #1, Section #8 (3 Jun 1999: Libglib1.2 Debian Package Compiles For The Hurd)

 

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