Thread: KLT's in linux

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    KLT's in linux

    Are pthreads in glibc2 kernel level?

    If not what is the a good klt library i can use?

    I have been searching google for hours but no answers found, all the klt projects seem to be unmainained.
    "Assumptions are the mother of all **** ups!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinasz
    Are pthreads in glibc2 kernel level?
    A Linux Threads or NPTL based glibc2 should provide 1:1 kernel threads. I don't know since when glibc2 is around, but I think it's unlikely to run into a Gnu Pth or Uthreads version. Those would be 1:n - userspace threads.

    edit: ouch, old thread.
    Last edited by Nyda; 10-18-2004 at 04:42 PM.
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