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  •  22 Oct 2002 11:29
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    •  22 Oct 2002 11:29
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      •  01 Sep 2002 19:07
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        Release Notes: An initial implementation of file overwriting without changes in file size was added. Writes to resident files are not written out to disk yet, so writing to files smaller than about 1kiB should be avoided.

        •  18 Aug 2002 14:44
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          Release Notes: This is a minor release, and little has changed. Al Viro's partition cleanups were applied. More tidyups were made. The patches were updated.

          •  24 Jun 2002 00:05
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            Release Notes: This is a minor release; little has changed. Only data partitions are shown, i.e. not the database. Logging output has been simplified.

            •  20 Jun 2002 17:16
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              Release Notes: LDM (Dynamic Disks) are Win2K/XP's new partitioning scheme. The docs provide a high-level overview (with pictures) and a low-level breakdown of the on-disk structures that make up the LDM database. The documentation has undergone some huge changes. After a long bout of reverse-engineering, almost all the fields of all the structures of the database are now understood, including the metadata journalling.

              •  17 May 2002 02:13
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                Release Notes: Defining KM_BIO_IRQ in km_type to let NTFS-TNG compile with CONFIG_HIGHMEM enabled.

                •  13 May 2002 18:10
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                  Release Notes: This is the backport of the NTFS TNG driver from the 2.5 to 2.4 Linux kernel series. It contains all features included in the 2.0.7 version, and applies to both the vanilla 2.4.18 kernel and the 2.4.18 kernel with Robert Love's preemptible kernel patch.

                  •  26 Apr 2002 13:47
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                    Release Notes: This release adds small bugfixes, cleanups, and performance improvements. Updating is recommended.

                    •  25 Apr 2002 15:23
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                      Release Notes: Now that the reverse-engineering is fairly complete, the code is getting simpler. The new Linux LDM Driver is almost ready for general use. The updated documentation for the LDM Database will be released soon.

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