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    Default Nptl

    I was looking over the latest requirements for M3. I have had a test server running from M1 to M3 and am getting ready to put a production server online.

    The QuickStart Guide lists the following requirement:

    • NPTL. Native POSIX Thread Library

    How do I determine if this is intalled on my Fedora Core 4 Server?

    - Rob

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    /usr/bin/getconf GNU_LIBPTHREAD_VERSION | grep NPTL

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    Default It is standard in Fedora Core4

    So yes, it is there.

    If you want to know about what it is, go to:

    http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/releas.../#sn-new-in-fc

    and search for NPTL.

    /Daniel

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    Looks like it is there. Thanks for the help.

    - Rob

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