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FS: ext2

Main Topics Index

Issue #119, Section #2 (17 Jun 2002: Small installation glitches)
Issue #116, Section #1 (25 Mar 2002: Use bochs not VMWare)
Issue #116, Section #6 (25 Mar 2002: Disk performance on the Hurd)
Issue #115, Section #4 (18 Mar 2002: New libstore )
Issue #112, Section #1 (22 Oct 2001: Paving The Way For Diskless Hurd)
Issue #112, Section #9 (22 Oct 2001: PowerPC Port)
Issue #112, Section #13 (22 Oct 2001: Virtual Bootable Disks)
Issue #112, Section #18 (22 Oct 2001: Shadowfs Discussion)
Issue #110, Section #4 (1 Oct 2001: Booting Strangeness)
Issue #108, Section #4 (17 Sep 2001: Supporting The Hurd's Features)
Issue #105, Section #1 (27 Aug 2001: CD GRUB Extras)
Issue #105, Section #9 (27 Aug 2001: Getting Rid Of Serverboot)
Issue #101, Section #14 (31 Jul 2001: Disablesd Auth Check In Ext2fs)
Issue #94, Section #9 (14 Jun 2001: FAT Support)
Issue #85, Section #3 (20 Mar 2001: g++, libgtk1.2 And esound)
Issue #85, Section #7 (20 Mar 2001: Memory Leaks)
Issue #80, Section #1 (15 Feb 2001: Mounting Other EXT2 Partitions)
Issue #74, Section #4 (3 Jan 2001: New tmpfs Filesystem)
Issue #73, Section #3 (27 Dec 2000: Rereading A Partition )
Issue #72, Section #4 (20 Dec 2000: Getting To Know The Hurd Source Code)
Issue #71, Section #1 (13 Dec 2000: Gnumach and Hurd Basics)
Issue #71, Section #3 (13 Dec 2000: Installing GNU/Hurd From Suse 7.0, Onto ufs; Or From FreeBSD)
Issue #68, Section #2 (22 Nov 2000: Some Explanation Of Partition Size Limitations)
Issue #63, Section #1 (18 Oct 2000: GRUB Almost At 1.0)
Issue #63, Section #3 (18 Oct 2000: Implementing Servers On The Hurd)
Issue #61, Section #5 (4 Oct 2000: The Hurd On VMWare)
Issue #57, Section #4 (16 Aug 2000: Problems With 'e2fsprogs')
Issue #56, Section #7 (10 Aug 2000: Avoiding Translator Delays)
Issue #55, Section #3 (26 Jul 2000: Improvements For 'pfinet' And 'ext2fs')
Issue #49, Section #2 (24 May 2000: Hurd Headers Surprisingly Large)
Issue #48, Section #2 (17 May 2000: Defragging Hurd Partitions)
Issue #46, Section #1 (3 May 2000: Figuring Out Boot Commands)
Issue #43, Section #1 (12 Apr 2000: Hurd Success; Accessing FAT Filesystems; Listing Active Translators)
Issue #43, Section #3 (12 Apr 2000: Installation Report)
Issue #42, Section #1 (5 Apr 2000: Partial 'Grub' Tutorial)
Issue #39, Section #1 (15 Mar 2000: Latest Snapshot; Upgrading; Compiling From Sources; Mounting Storage Media)
Issue #39, Section #3 (15 Mar 2000: Installation Problem)
Issue #36, Section #3 (23 Feb 2000: Installing From FreeBSD)
Issue #34, Section #6 (9 Feb 2000: Mach Discussion; Single-Server OS Vs. Multi-Server OS)
Issue #34, Section #9 (9 Feb 2000: Installing The Hurd From FreeBSD)
Issue #31, Section #1 (12 Jan 2000: Suggestions For New Translators)
Issue #29, Section #1 (29 Dec 1999: 'df' Under The Hurd)
Issue #26, Section #2 (8 Dec 1999: 'df' Under Hurd; Multiple Partition Types; CapsLock)
Issue #25, Section #4 (1 Dec 1999: New GRUB 0.5.93.1 Boot Floppy)
Issue #22, Section #4 (3 Nov 1999: The Hurd On UFS)
Issue #19, Section #1 (13 Oct 1999: Filesystem Corruption And Unrelated Fixes)
Issue #17, Section #7 (29 Sep 1999: Block Size Problem Causes Install Errors)
Issue #15, Section #3 (14 Sep 1999: Some Explanation Of settrans)
Issue #15, Section #4 (14 Sep 1999: Manual: How To Build A Bootdisk For The Hurd)
Issue #14, Section #5 (8 Sep 1999: Downgrading mke2fs No Longer Necessary)
Issue #13, Section #1 (31 Aug 1999: Master Boot Record)
Issue #10, Section #4 (10 Aug 1999: The One-Gig Limit)
Issue #9, Section #2 (2 Aug 1999: Partition Sizing; VMWare; Booting From A Disk Image)
Issue #7, Section #3 (20 Jul 1999: Partition Confusion)
Issue #5, Section #2 (7 Jul 1999: Pilot Error)
Issue #4, Section #6 (29 Jun 1999: Partition Sizes)
Issue #4, Section #7 (29 Jun 1999: '#topofpage', Floppy Mounting, And 'minicom' Questions)
Issue #3, Section #14 (17 Jun 1999: Installation Difficulties)
Issue #2, Section #7 (10 Jun 1999: The Hurd Over NFS)

 

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