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Gordon Matzigkeit

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Issue #111, Section #9 (8 Oct 2001: cpu.h Gets Accidently Deleted)
Issue #100, Section #4 (23 Jul 2001: Fresh GRUB)
Issue #78, Section #2 (31 Jan 2001: Hurd ISO Image E1)
Issue #66, Section #2 (8 Nov 2000: The Latest Set Of Boot Floppies)
Issue #64, Section #2 (25 Oct 2000: Still Squashing Bugs Before GRUB 1.0)
Issue #63, Section #1 (18 Oct 2000: GRUB Almost At 1.0)
Issue #63, Section #4 (18 Oct 2000: Hurd On VMWare; New 'figure' Development Environment)
Issue #63, Section #6 (18 Oct 2000: Dvorak)
Issue #60, Section #6 (27 Sep 2000: Hurd Info File)
Issue #57, Section #1 (16 Aug 2000: New GRUB Available)
Issue #56, Section #1 (10 Aug 2000: Release Schedule)
Issue #25, Section #1 (1 Dec 1999: The Hurd In The Press)
Issue #25, Section #3 (1 Dec 1999: New Version Of GRUB)
Issue #25, Section #4 (1 Dec 1999: New GRUB 0.5.93.1 Boot Floppy)
Issue #24, Section #4 (17 Nov 1999: Partition Naming; Linux Compatibility)
Issue #24, Section #6 (17 Nov 1999: Gordon Matzigkeit Interviewed In French GNU Magazine)
Issue #13, Section #4 (31 Aug 1999: Partitioning)
Issue #11, Section #2 (17 Aug 1999: Hurd On SCSI; Modules With Hurd; Porting Hurd To Non-Mach Micro-Kernel)
Issue #11, Section #6 (17 Aug 1999: X Under The Hurd)
Issue #11, Section #7 (17 Aug 1999: Vacation)
Issue #9, Section #3 (2 Aug 1999: Partition Information)
Issue #9, Section #4 (2 Aug 1999: Hurd Installation Disks)
Issue #7, Section #1 (20 Jul 1999: Installing From FreeBSD, Error Code Explanations, And 'netcat' Success)
Issue #7, Section #2 (20 Jul 1999: Installation Tips)
Issue #6, Section #4 (13 Jul 1999: Hurd Newcomer Gets A Pointer)
Issue #4, Section #9 (29 Jun 1999: More On NFS And Translators)
Issue #2, Section #9 (10 Jun 1999: KC Debian Hurd Announcement)
Issue #1, Section #4 (3 Jun 1999: Doc Policies: GNU vs. Debian)
Issue #1, Section #9 (3 Jun 1999: Questions On Crash Recovery And Listing /dev)

 

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