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Mark Kettenis

Main Quotes Index

Issue #115, Section #3 (18 Mar 2002: Syslogging and Cores)
Issue #113, Section #4 (29 Oct 2001: Diagnosing Hanging ps)
Issue #106, Section #5 (3 Sep 2001: On The Tail Of The select() Bug)
Issue #105, Section #8 (27 Aug 2001: Fixing binutils Test)
Issue #84, Section #3 (14 Mar 2001: Pthreads Development)
Issue #82, Section #3 (1 Mar 2001: Status Of Hurd Bug Tracking System)
Issue #78, Section #5 (31 Jan 2001: More POSIX Threads)
Issue #75, Section #5 (10 Jan 2000: autoconf Confusion)
Issue #71, Section #7 (13 Dec 2000: Status Of FTPFS)
Issue #63, Section #5 (18 Oct 2000: Terminating Translators)
Issue #62, Section #4 (11 Oct 2000: Hunting For A Memory Leak)
Issue #60, Section #2 (27 Sep 2000: IPv6 For The Hurd)
Issue #57, Section #3 (16 Aug 2000: Documentation Format)
Issue #49, Section #1 (24 May 2000: Hurd Wish-List)
Issue #39, Section #8 (15 Mar 2000: pthreads Implementation)
Issue #34, Section #11 (9 Feb 2000: Minimal Hardware Requirements For The Hurd)
Issue #24, Section #6 (17 Nov 1999: Gordon Matzigkeit Interviewed In French GNU Magazine)
Issue #24, Section #7 (17 Nov 1999: gnumach Incompatible With Latest GCCs)
Issue #23, Section #1 (10 Nov 1999: New Tarball Tested)
Issue #18, Section #4 (6 Oct 1999: PowerPC And SMP Support)
Issue #14, Section #1 (8 Sep 1999: Searching For Archives Of Design Discussions)
Issue #13, Section #2 (31 Aug 1999: Low Memory Systems)
Issue #13, Section #8 (31 Aug 1999: Mounting CDs)
Issue #11, Section #1 (17 Aug 1999: Log Based Filesystem)
Issue #9, Section #3 (2 Aug 1999: Partition Information)
Issue #9, Section #5 (2 Aug 1999: biff, iselect, lftp, most, par, psutils, recode, gdb And gnumach Successes)
Issue #5, Section #1 (7 Jul 1999: Installation Troubles And Success)
Issue #3, Section #4 (17 Jun 1999: Dead Inetd And Solution)
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 #2, Section #3 (10 Jun 1999: pinfo, libpng, pointerize, And bzip2 Successes; aalib Partial Success)
Issue #2, Section #4 (10 Jun 1999: Guile Success)
Issue #2, Section #6 (10 Jun 1999: Problems Telnetting To A Hurd Box)
Issue #2, Section #13 (10 Jun 1999: libc Bug Hunt)
Issue #1, Section #4 (3 Jun 1999: Doc Policies: GNU vs. Debian)
Issue #1, Section #6 (3 Jun 1999: Some Bug Reports And A Patch)

 

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