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Issue #224, Section #4 (30 Jul 2003: Expected Changes From 2.4 To 2.6)
Issue #182, Section #16 (1 Sep 2002: Status Of khttpd In 2.4 And 2.5)
Issue #182, Section #19 (1 Sep 2002: Status Of Tux2)
Issue #182, Section #29 (1 Sep 2002: Linux 2.4.20-pre5)
Issue #180, Section #29 (18 Aug 2002: Status Of khttpd And Tux In 2.4)
Issue #167, Section #1 (19 May 2002: khttpd Leaving The Kernel; Tux Possibly Going In)
Issue #155, Section #2 (25 Feb 2002: HTTP Servers In The Kernel)
Issue #113, Section #8 (30 Mar 2001: User Space Web Server Accelerator Support)
Issue #103, Section #1 (19 Jan 2001: Impact Of Sudden Power Loss On Journalled Filesystems)
Issue #103, Section #16 (19 Jan 2001: Comparing Khttpd, Boa, And Tux)
Issue #91, Section #9 (30 Oct 2000: kHTTPd Bug Fix)
Issue #89, Section #1 (16 Oct 2000: 'soft updates', Journalling, Crashing Virtual Machines; Linus On Current VM vs. Classzone)
Issue #89, Section #7 (16 Oct 2000: Previously Used Filesystem Algorithms Patented By Vendor?)
Issue #89, Section #10 (16 Oct 2000: 'Phase Tree' Algorithm Defined In Preparation For Legal Action)
Issue #80, Section #1 (14 Aug 2000: ext3-0.0.2f Released; Consistency Checkers; New "Phase Tree" Algorithm)
Issue #79, Section #13 (7 Aug 2000: Reading Files From Device Drivers)
Issue #72, Section #8 (19 Jun 2000: Pushing For Sign-off On CML2)
Issue #39, Section #6 (18 Oct 1999: Microsoft's Attack Discussed)
Issue #32, Section #19 (27 Aug 1999: Important kHTTPd Bugfix)
Issue #23, Section #9 (17 Jun 1999: Kernel Based Web Server)

 

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