FreeBSD libthr on Redhat
babkin at verizon.net
Tue Mar 31 04:55:13 PDT 2009
No, you can not use the libthr from FreeBSD on Linux. You would not be
it if you try, since it requires the kernel support available on Linux.
For portability to different OSes, pthr there really
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I have written an application library
for creating the pthreads. Howe optimization, I
want to use the libthr.a library However,
when I tried to use on my Redha errors.
../lib/linux/libthr.a(thr_sem thr_sem.c:(.text+0x100): undefined referen thr_sem.c:(.text+0x115): undefined reference to `ksem_ ../lib/linux/libthr.a(thr_sem.o): In function
`_sem_destroy':thr_sem.c:(.text+0x216): undefined reference to
../lib/ thr_sem.c:(.tex ../lib/linux/libthr.a( ....
collect make: *** [target] Error 1
I underst box.
Then, I hav included
the libc.so.7 references. Even thou /usr/bin/ld: errno@@FBSD_1.0 section
.tbss mismatches non-TLS defi section .bss
/lib/libc.so.6: could not re Here, the lib/libc.so.6 is a Redhat libc libra ../lib/linux/libc.so is a FreeBSD library (libc.so.7).
L Please let me know the whether it is possible to use the library on Redhat box or not.
Thanks in advance.
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