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Tomasz Wegrzanowski

Main Quotes Index

Issue #60, Section #8 (27 Sep 2000: 'route' Under The Hurd)
Issue #57, Section #7 (16 Aug 2000: 'init' For The Hurd)
Issue #57, Section #8 (16 Aug 2000: Midnight Commander)
Issue #57, Section #9 (16 Aug 2000: Dearth Of Docs On Internals)
Issue #56, Section #5 (10 Aug 2000: Color At The Mach Console)
Issue #56, Section #7 (10 Aug 2000: Avoiding Translator Delays)
Issue #56, Section #9 (10 Aug 2000: Hurd Docs In Translation)
Issue #55, Section #1 (26 Jul 2000: Trouble Booting Red Hat From Older GRUB Installations)
Issue #55, Section #2 (26 Jul 2000: Situation Of Hurd Developers And Mailing List Subscribers)
Issue #50, Section #1 (31 May 2000: Fixing UNIX Legacies)
Issue #49, Section #1 (24 May 2000: Hurd Wish-List)
Issue #49, Section #2 (24 May 2000: Hurd Headers Surprisingly Large)
Issue #49, Section #4 (24 May 2000: PPP: Saga Continues)
Issue #48, Section #2 (17 May 2000: Defragging Hurd Partitions)
Issue #47, Section #3 (10 May 2000: Source Diffs; Splitting The Hurd Into Smaller Packages)
Issue #47, Section #5 (10 May 2000: 'bcopy()' In The Hurd)
Issue #47, Section #6 (10 May 2000: FAT Filesystem Translator)
Issue #47, Section #7 (10 May 2000: Porting Linux Networking Daemons)
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 #46, Section #3 (3 May 2000: Translators For Drag-N-Drop)
Issue #46, Section #6 (3 May 2000: SMP Hurd)
Issue #40, Section #1 (22 Mar 2000: Virtual Terminals; 'lynx' And 'vi' Crashes; Hurd Documentation)
Issue #40, Section #2 (22 Mar 2000: Graphics Under The Hurd)
Issue #40, Section #3 (22 Mar 2000: Package Porting Procedures, Successes, And Future Attempts)
Issue #36, Section #1 (23 Feb 2000: Dvorak Keymappings)
Issue #34, Section #1 (9 Feb 2000: Porting PPP)
Issue #30, Section #1 (5 Jan 2000: New Hurd Logo)

 

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