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Gerald Carter

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Issue #40, Section #1 (21 Feb 2001: Another 2.2 Alpha Snapshot Released)
Issue #40, Section #3 (21 Feb 2001: Broken DOS Directory Handling?)
Issue #40, Section #4 (21 Feb 2001: Profile Bug And 2.2alpha2)
Issue #39, Section #1 (26 Jan 2001: Reviewers Sought For Pocket Reference)
Issue #37, Section #5 (29 Dec 2000: Samba scalability a question)
Issue #36, Section #2 (23 Dec 2000: DocBook Conversion)
Issue #35, Section #1 (10 Dec 2000: Trouble with Roaming profiles)
Issue #35, Section #2 (10 Dec 2000: Possible GPL Violation By LocSoft)
Issue #35, Section #4 (10 Dec 2000: Bugs with Samba strings)
Issue #34, Section #6 (3 Dec 2000: Samba 2.2.0alpha1 released)
Issue #33, Section #4 (17 Nov 2000: Status Of DocBook Conversion)
Issue #32, Section #1 (11 Nov 2000: Problems Logging In From Windows Clients)
Issue #32, Section #3 (11 Nov 2000: DocBook Experiences)
Issue #31, Section #4 (2 Nov 2000: Bugs On Big-Endian Machines)
Issue #30, Section #3 (27 Oct 2000: MS Domain Logons In Upcoming Samba Versions)
Issue #29, Section #2 (20 Oct 2000: Road Map For Samba Development)
Issue #29, Section #3 (20 Oct 2000: New 'smb.conf' Option?)
Issue #28, Section #1 (13 Oct 2000: Which Tree Is Which?)
Issue #28, Section #3 (13 Oct 2000: Config File For Access Restrictions)
Issue #28, Section #4 (13 Oct 2000: Samba PDC targets defined)
Issue #28, Section #5 (13 Oct 2000: Gerald defines purpose of samba-ntdom)
Issue #28, Section #6 (13 Oct 2000: How to feed the samba Team?)
Issue #27, Section #1 (6 Oct 2000: Samba Docs In Polish)
Issue #27, Section #3 (6 Oct 2000: Client-Side SMB Implementation)
Issue #27, Section #5 (6 Oct 2000: Getting familar with Samba source code)
Issue #27, Section #6 (6 Oct 2000: Creating Samba ToDo List)
Issue #27, Section #7 (6 Oct 2000: Jerry's ToDo list)
Issue #26, Section #1 (29 Sep 2000: Luke decides to cease active development of TNG)
Issue #26, Section #5 (29 Sep 2000: Flame War Over Direction Of Development)

 

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