cvs commit: src/lib/libpthread Makefile
elekktretterr at exemail.com.au
Wed Dec 19 01:00:31 PST 2007
I think you might have to recompile KDE. I also run KDE and I have no issues.
On Tue, 18 Dec 2007 08:40:50 pm Hasso Tepper wrote:
> Matthew Dillon wrote:
> > :Simon Schubert wrote:
> > :> Log:
> > :> Switch to libthread_xu per default.
> > :
> > :I suggest early adopters[tm] to switch as well, by symlinking
> > :/usr/lib/pthread.so.0 to libthread_xu.so.
> > :
> > :Has been working for me since several months now.
> > :
> > :cheers
> > : simon
> > I think its a good idea. It needs wider testing and people can
> > always switch back if they hit problems.
> Tried it and switched back to libc_r. Whole bunch of problems appeared in
> KDE applications right after switch.
> * Akregator with about 40 RSS feeds - updating about 20% of them fails
> * KNode with about 50 newsgroups - two cache files where unusable at all
> for it and all newsgroups lost all cached headers.
> * Konqueror throws random errors.
> No single problem with libc_r.
> I have feeling (nothing else yet) that all this is related to accessing
> files. Some months ago when I tried to switch to libthread_xu.so, I had
> 100% reproduceable problem with "alternative KDE soundsystem" akode, but
> I can't reproduce it any more. Akode couldn't play any file because it
> couldn't open any ogg/mp3 file - fstat failed with EBADF. But as I said,
> I can't reproduce it any more with current HEAD.
> I'd be very glad if someone else would take a look at KDE problems, my
> schedule is full at the moment :(.
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