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Jeremy Allison

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Issue #40, Section #1 (21�Feb�2001:�Another 2.2 Alpha Snapshot Released)
Issue #40, Section #4 (21�Feb�2001:�Profile Bug And 2.2alpha2)
Issue #40, Section #5 (21�Feb�2001:�Current Bug List For 2.2 Alpha)
Issue #39, Section #2 (26�Jan�2001:�Turkish Support Added To Samba 2.2.)
Issue #38, Section #2 (15�Jan�2001:�Smb browsing syntax update)
Issue #36, Section #1 (23�Dec�2000:�Tdb Diskspace Leak Fixed)
Issue #36, Section #3 (23�Dec�2000:�Confusion With mktmp() Libary Call)
Issue #36, Section #4 (23�Dec�2000:�BugTraq Exploit Discussion)
Issue #35, Section #3 (10�Dec�2000:�Problem Join domain with latest CVS)
Issue #34, Section #1 (3�Dec�2000:�A Better Way To Release Patches?)
Issue #34, Section #2 (3�Dec�2000:�Creating a Libary of SMB functions)
Issue #34, Section #3 (3�Dec�2000:�automake And libtool For Samba)
Issue #34, Section #4 (3�Dec�2000:�Large File Support In Samba And Linux)
Issue #34, Section #6 (3�Dec�2000:�Samba 2.2.0alpha1 released)
Issue #33, Section #1 (17�Nov�2000:�Samba's VFS layer problems)
Issue #33, Section #2 (17�Nov�2000:�tdb diskspace leak in 2.2)
Issue #32, Section #4 (11�Nov�2000:�Swat Security Vulnerabilities)
Issue #31, Section #3 (2�Nov�2000:�Problems With Win9X Profiles In 2.2 Snapshot)
Issue #30, Section #4 (27�Oct�2000:�Update on 2.2 alpha Release)
Issue #29, Section #3 (20�Oct�2000:�New 'smb.conf' Option?)
Issue #28, Section #6 (13�Oct�2000:�How to feed the samba Team?)
Issue #28, Section #8 (13�Oct�2000:�Samba 2.2.0 Alpha Released)
Issue #27, Section #3 (6�Oct�2000:�Client-Side SMB Implementation)
Issue #27, Section #4 (6�Oct�2000:�Updates to the 'Using Samba' document)
Issue #27, Section #7 (6�Oct�2000:�Jerry's ToDo list)
Issue #26, Section #2 (29�Sep�2000:�Memory leaks in 2.07)
Issue #26, Section #3 (29�Sep�2000:�Samba And ACLs)
Issue #26, Section #4 (29�Sep�2000:�64 Bit Support for Linux)
Issue #26, Section #5 (29�Sep�2000:�Flame War Over Direction Of Development)
Issue #25, Section #4 (21�Jul�2000:�Exposing Unix Permissions Directly To SMB)
Issue #25, Section #11 (21�Jul�2000:�Client Code for Multiple WINS Servers)
Issue #24, Section #4 (30�Jun�2000:�2.0.8 Release Plans Cancelled)
Issue #23, Section #2 (18�May�2000:�The Microsoft Kerberos Issue)
Issue #22, Section #1 (11�May�2000:�Oplock Implementation Details)
Issue #21, Section #6 (4�May�2000:�A First Look At Samba 2.0.7)
Issue #19, Section #1 (13�Apr�2000:�UTMP, Cont.)
Issue #19, Section #2 (13�Apr�2000:�Short-Filename Mangling: How Microsoft Does It)
Issue #19, Section #7 (13�Apr�2000:�No ACL Support on Linux)
Issue #19, Section #8 (13�Apr�2000:�Last Call for 2.0.7)
Issue #17, Section #6 (22�Mar�2000:�Samba 2.0.6 Problems & Solutions)
Issue #17, Section #7 (22�Mar�2000:�ACL Support Coming Soon)
Issue #17, Section #9 (22�Mar�2000:�Samba 2.0.7-pre2 Released)
Issue #16, Section #1 (15�Mar�2000:�"Using Samba" Online Text)
Issue #15, Section #1 (8�Mar�2000:�No Microsoft Conspiracy After All)
Issue #15, Section #4 (8�Mar�2000:�HP and Samba)
Issue #15, Section #7 (8�Mar�2000:�Duplication of Effort, and More Talk of Branch-Merging)
Issue #15, Section #8 (8�Mar�2000:�Dead Processes)
Issue #13, Section #3 (23�Feb�2000:�The Return of SYSKEY2)
Issue #12, Section #1 (16�Feb�2000:�The Rise and Fall of a Crypto Proposal)
Issue #12, Section #2 (16�Feb�2000:�The Quota Problem Again)
Issue #12, Section #4 (16�Feb�2000:�The Microsoft Kerberos Implementation)
Issue #12, Section #7 (16�Feb�2000:�The Amazing, All-Purpose Thread!)
Issue #11, Section #3 (9�Feb�2000:�Samba Pre-2.0.7 Testing)
Issue #11, Section #4 (9�Feb�2000:�The Sendmail Trap)
Issue #11, Section #7 (9�Feb�2000:�Unix vs. Microsoft OS Semantics Differences Strike Again)
Issue #10, Section #5 (2�Feb�2000:�Samba 2.0.7 Coming Soon)
Issue #9, Section #2 (26�Jan�2000:�The Truth Table Contest, or Fixing What Ain't Broke)
Issue #9, Section #9 (26�Jan�2000:�Misnamed Function?)
Issue #8, Section #2 (19�Jan�2000:�Roaming Profiles)
Issue #8, Section #6 (19�Jan�2000:�Luke's New Samba Book)
Issue #8, Section #9 (19�Jan�2000:�Microsoft Acknowledges Samba Again)
Issue #8, Section #10 (19�Jan�2000:�Tridge's TDB Code Strikes Again)
Issue #7, Section #1 (12�Jan�2000:�SID to UID/GID Mappings)
Issue #7, Section #3 (12�Jan�2000:�File Locking in The BeOS)
Issue #7, Section #4 (12�Jan�2000:�Alternate Character Sets in Samba Filenames)
Issue #7, Section #5 (12�Jan�2000:�CVS Branch Mix & Match Now Possible)
Issue #7, Section #10 (12�Jan�2000:�Various Problems with Samba 2.0.6)
Issue #6, Section #2 (5�Jan�2000:�More on Tridge's New Database Module)
Issue #6, Section #3 (5�Jan�2000:�Password Changing in Win98 Not Encrypted!)
Issue #5, Section #1 (29�Dec�1999:�Please Don't Crash the NT Servers)
Issue #5, Section #4 (29�Dec�1999:�Security Concerns With Config File Location)
Issue #5, Section #6 (29�Dec�1999:�Small Threads)
Issue #4, Section #4 (22�Dec�1999:�Documenting Samba Code, Why Or Why Not)
Issue #3, Section #5 (14�Dec�1999:�Splitting Up Samba Daemons, or "Luke Develops Too Fast")
Issue #1, Section #3 (30�Nov�1999:�More On Windows 2000 Domains)
Issue #1, Section #4 (30�Nov�1999:�Memory-Map Option Going Away)
Issue #1, Section #9 (30�Nov�1999:�Two small Samba bugs found & fixed)

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