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RE: regarding pthread_barrier_t on solaris 9

From: Paul D. Smith
Subject: RE: regarding pthread_barrier_t on solaris 9
Date: Mon, 29 May 2006 10:51:19 -0400

%% "Ravi.S.M" <address@hidden> writes:

  rsm> I am getting error on Solaris box 9 as

  rsm> Pthread_barrier_t not defined. it is compiling properly on redhat
  rsm> Linux .  Please let me know if pthread_barrier_t supported on
  rsm> Solaris 9.

This mailing list is for help with the GNU make program.

You'll need to contact a group with knowledge of the Solaris operating
system for help with this.  I suggest the USENET group
comp.unix.solaris for example.

Also, you should check the Single Unix Standard (you can find an online
copy at and see what they say about pthread


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That seems unnecessarily excessive.

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