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Main Quotes Index

Issue #81, Section #5 (22 Feb 2001: Porting scsh)
Issue #56, Section #9 (10 Aug 2000: Hurd Docs In Translation)
Issue #47, Section #4 (10 May 2000: Hurd Domain Name)
Issue #46, Section #1 (3 May 2000: Figuring Out Boot Commands)
Issue #46, Section #2 (3 May 2000: Get/Free Ports, IRQs Etc. From Userspace)
Issue #36, Section #1 (23 Feb 2000: Dvorak Keymappings)
Issue #27, Section #2 (15 Dec 1999: Perl-Based Translator)
Issue #26, Section #1 (8 Dec 1999: SMP; Bootloaders)
Issue #26, Section #2 (8 Dec 1999: 'df' Under Hurd; Multiple Partition Types; CapsLock)
Issue #23, Section #4 (10 Nov 1999: Hurd Q/A)
Issue #21, Section #1 (27 Oct 1999: Stale Files Could Pollute Upgrades)
Issue #19, Section #2 (13 Oct 1999: KGI In The Hurd)
Issue #18, Section #1 (6 Oct 1999: Installation Difficulties; Terminal Translator)
Issue #13, Section #1 (31 Aug 1999: Master Boot Record)
Issue #13, Section #7 (31 Aug 1999: Proposal For Translator Management)
Issue #10, Section #5 (10 Aug 1999: Longstanding Bug Tracked Down)
Issue #10, Section #7 (10 Aug 1999: Architecture Independence In Debian)
Issue #7, Section #1 (20 Jul 1999: Installing From FreeBSD, Error Code Explanations, And 'netcat' Success)
Issue #4, Section #4 (29 Jun 1999: More Grub Trouble And Success)
Issue #4, Section #9 (29 Jun 1999: More On NFS And Translators)
Issue #2, Section #3 (10 Jun 1999: pinfo, libpng, pointerize, And bzip2 Successes; aalib Partial Success)
Issue #2, Section #8 (10 Jun 1999: Libpaper And Netpbm-free Successes; Advice On Bug Reporting)
Issue #2, Section #9 (10 Jun 1999: KC Debian Hurd Announcement)
Issue #2, Section #12 (10 Jun 1999: Libc6-dev Naming Question And Answer)
Issue #1, Section #12 (3 Jun 1999: Updates For cross-install And dpkg-hurd)

 

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