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Issue #319, Section #8 (28 Aug 2005: bootutils 0.0.5 Released)
Issue #300, Section #2 (29 Mar 2005: New Hotplug Project; Reducing Boot-Time)
Issue #300, Section #5 (29 Mar 2005: New yaird Replacement For mkinitrd)
Issue #300, Section #8 (29 Mar 2005: yaird 0.0.4 Released)
Issue #289, Section #8 (3 Jan 2005: Proposal For A Userspace Architecture Portability Library)
Issue #287, Section #14 (1 Jan 2005: New Smaller /sbin/hotplug Tool)
Issue #255, Section #12 (31 Mar 2004: udev 018 Released; Starting To Be Fully Usable; Some udev Docs)
Issue #254, Section #14 (19 Mar 2004: udev 017 Released)
Issue #251, Section #28 (9 Feb 2004: Exporting Kernel Headers To User-Space; Stablizing The Kernel ABI)
Issue #248, Section #4 (20 Jan 2004: udev 011 Released)
Issue #246, Section #11 (26 Dec 2003: libsysfs 0.4.0 Released)
Issue #243, Section #5 (1 Dec 2003: udev 006 Released)
Issue #243, Section #6 (1 Dec 2003: Status Of udev)
Issue #243, Section #12 (1 Dec 2003: udev 007 Released)
Issue #239, Section #6 (1 Nov 2003: udev 005 Released)
Issue #210, Section #12 (23 Mar 2003: Mailing List Stats)
Issue #209, Section #10 (16 Mar 2003: klibc Licensing Discussion)
Issue #205, Section #3 (14 Feb 2003: klibc Update)
Issue #205, Section #11 (14 Feb 2003: klibc Update For 2.5)
Issue #204, Section #10 (7 Feb 2003: Perl In The Configuration System)
Issue #196, Section #6 (16 Dec 2002: ACPI Licensing Change)
Issue #191, Section #8 (11 Nov 2002: Status Of initramfs)
Issue #181, Section #2 (25 Aug 2002: Status Of klibc And Logging)
Issue #181, Section #6 (25 Aug 2002: More Logging Issues Considered)
Issue #180, Section #12 (18 Aug 2002: klibc And Licensing)
Issue #178, Section #13 (4 Aug 2002: Header Files And The Kernel Application Binary Interface)
Issue #152, Section #3 (28 Jan 2002: Status Of 2.5)

 

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