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9 Feb 1999

 
[New] Re: Real Time scheduler?Ben Bridgwater
  Re: Teletext/VideoText on MIRO PCTVEdgar Toernig
[New] Re: Linux Graphics Architecture (format fixed)Ben Bridgwater
[New] Apology for Spam"Allison, Bob"
  Re: PPP & Kernel 2.2.1Andreas Kremer
  It's done right.. don't change it. Re: [OFF-TOPIC] Re: Linux Grap ...Gerhard Mack
[New] documentation on writing a filesystem ?"Daniel J. Rodriksson"
[New] Re: Kingston Turbo-Chip Processor Upgrades?"Anthony Barbachan"
[New] Unknown interrupt codePhilipp Rumpf
  Re: linux capabilities and ACLsMartin Mares
[New] Re: Linux-2.2.2, ISDN, network stalls"Peter J. de Vrijer"
[New] Can't compile 2.2.1 - version.h is missingJames Stevens
  Re: documentation on writing a filesystem ?Matthew Kirkwood
  Re: Real Time scheduler?Peter Steiner
  Re: documentation on writing a filesystem ?(Miquel van Smoorenburg)
  Re: IDE-SCSI Hard CrashMeelis Roos
[New] proces blocking on nonblocking io in 2.2.x(Robert Boermans)
  Re: Can't compile 2.2.1 - version.h is missing"Michael H. Warfield"
[New] Final press release??Geert Uytterhoeven
  Quit the mailing-list...Dipo Prasetyo
[New] Re: dev->tbusyDaniel Drotos
  Re: documentation on writing a filesystem ?Steve Dodd
  Re: proces blocking on nonblocking io in 2.2.xChris Chiappa
[New] Possible security problem??"Richard B. Johnson"
[New] sys_write can return -EFAULT instead of -EDQUOTMalcolm Beattie
  mmap() on block devices? (Was: Re: documentation on writing a fil ...Max
  Re: sys_write can return -EFAULT instead of -EDQUOT(H. Peter Anvin)
  Re: IDE-SCSI Hard Crash"Andre M. Hedrick"
  Re: IDE-SCSI Hard CrashMeelis Roos
[New] [Call For Testers][VFS] Rename stuff.Alexander Viro
  Re: IDE-SCSI Hard Crash"Andre M. Hedrick"
[New] nbd >2Giga, anyonePavel Machek
  Re: linux capabilities and ACLsMarek Habersack
  Re: dev->tbusyJes Sorensen
  Re: Fw: Linux 2.0/2.1/2.2 -- Anyway to avoid different binaries??Andi Kleen
[New] FW: PixelView video card"Smith, Nathan A., Capt."
  Re: Fw: Linux 2.0/2.1/2.2 -- Anyway to avoid different binaries??Andi Kleen
  Re: documentation on writing a filesystem ?Nat Lanza
[New] Re: Slow PPP with 2.2.1"Tom Sightler"
  Re: IDE-SCSI Hard CrashHelge Hafting
  Re: IDE-SCSI Hard Crash"Andre M. Hedrick"
[New] Display/APM problems on Toshiba laptopsTony Lill
  Re: Real Time scheduler?Rik van Riel
  Re: Fw: Linux 2.0/2.1/2.2 -- Anyway to avoid different binaries??Ted Lemon
  Re: linux 2.2.1 crashing frequentlyRagnar Hojland Espinosa
  NFS: Unimplemented CANCEL conditions in client lockd"Ben 'The Con Man' Kahn"
  [PATCH] Re: Unknown interrupt codePhilipp Rumpf
  Re: [Call For Testers][VFS] Rename stuff.Kenneth Preslan
  Re: Fw: Linux 2.0/2.1/2.2 -- Anyway to avoid different binaries??Ted Lemon
  Re: Fw: Linux 2.0/2.1/2.2 -- Anyway to avoid different binaries??Andi Kleen
[New] [patch] Unexpected interrupts, smp-2.2.2 #1Ingo Molnar
[New] clone, signal and pidsLuis Irun
[New] Linux 2.0.34 oopstilo winkler
[New] Patch for Cyrix crash"Ivan Gustin"
  Re: Where is bfd.h? jens@pinguin ...
  Re: Can't compile 2.2.1 - version.h is missingNeil Cherry
[New] boot error in 2.2.1dunno
  Re: boot error in 2.2.1Ben Pfaff
[New] 2.2.0-final (aka pre9): bug in vfat (moving files)?Vladimir Volovich
[New] 2.0.36 w/ egcs -> XServer coredumpsHerbert Rosmanith
  Re: ARP - hardware type 6 / rfc1042Steven Roberts
[New] Re: PROBLEM: mkdep.c lacks a little endian definition for little ...Jamie Lokier
[New] tcp_timestamps + VJ compression = trouble bvermeul@blacksta ...
[New] Re: Kernel interface changes (was Re: cdrecord problems onOscar Levi
  Re: tcp_timestamps + VJ compression = troubleOliver Xymoron
[New] /dev/sdh can't be opened?Nomad the Wanderer
  Re: boot error in 2.2.1Nat Lanza
  Re: tcp_timestamps + VJ compression = trouble(Miquel van Smoorenburg)
[New] Re: Slow PPP with 2.2.1 -- FIXED, but I have a question"Tom Sightler"
[New] Userland NFS Server broken?Mark Lord
  Re: Linux Graphics Architecture (format fixed)Ben Bridgwater
[New] Re: clone, signal and pidsBen Bridgwater
  Re: New kernel - netscape hangsMark Lord
  Re: Slow PPP with 2.2.1 -- FIXED, but I have a questionAndreas Kremer
[New] ipchains not working in 2.2.1-ac5 ?Nomad the Wanderer
[New] 1/2 oops....Mofeed Shahin
  Re: Real Time scheduler?Andrea Arcangeli
  Re: Real Time scheduler?Andrea Arcangeli
  Re: /dev/sdh can't be opened?Neil Cherry
  Re: /dev/sdh can't be opened?Nomad the Wanderer
[New] The kernal itself is low level assembly languageMark Lord
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly languageGeoff Rivell
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly language"G. Allen Morris III"
[New] Weird tcp performance differences with 2.0 and 2.2 kernels"Mark R. Boyns"
[New] 2048 bytes/sector in pre2-2.2.2Mark-Andre Hopf
[New] kernel 2.0.36 - 486 DX2 - clock skew?Jim Woodward
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly language(Linus Torvalds)
  Re: kernel 2.0.36 - 486 DX2 - clock skew?Alex Buell
  Re: kernel 2.0.36 - 486 DX2 - clock skew?Jim Woodward
[New] 2.2.2 stabilityBilly Harvey
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly languageBen Pfaff
  Re: 2048 bytes/sector in pre2-2.2.2(Mike Wangmsmo)
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly languageSteve Bergman
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly language"Richard B. Johnson"
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly language"Michael Loftis"
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly languageArvind Sankar
  Re: kernel 2.0.36 - 486 DX2 - clock skew?"Richard B. Johnson"
  [OFFTOPIC] MSNBC.COM... The kernal itself is low level assembly l ..."Michael Loftis"
  Re: [Call For Testers][VFS] Rename stuff.Alexander Viro
[New] Re: info linux-list-request@ixnayont ...
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly language"G. Allen Morris III"
[New] lots of 'try_to_unuse' at shutdownDavid Mansfield
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly languageAaron T Porter
  Re: kernel 2.0.36 - 486 DX2 - clock skew?Alec Smith
  Re: 2048 bytes/sector in pre2-2.2.2Mark-Andre Hopf
  Re: New kernel - netscape hangsMark Lord
[New] More MSNBC: 15,000,000 lines in kernelMark Lord
  Re: Display/APM problems on Toshiba laptopsDavid Luyer
  Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly language eric@fnords ...
[New] Re: The kernal itself is low level assembly languageMichael Elizabeth Chastain
  Re: Slow PPP with 2.2.1 -- FIXED, but I have a questionBen Aitchison
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