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Jim Nance

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Issue #216, Section #6 (20 May 2003: Possible License Violations Within The Kernel Source)
Issue #202, Section #19 (24 Jan 2003: ntfsprogs 1.7.0beta Released)
Issue #194, Section #16 (2 Dec 2002: Direction Of User-Mode Linux)
Issue #48, Section #1 (27 Dec 1999: Binary Module Portability Across Kernel Versions)
Issue #34, Section #22 (13 Sep 1999: Some Explanation Of Threading)


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