jcm at FreeBSD-uk.eu.org
Sat Jan 22 14:45:17 PST 2005
based on this post and the one about X.org running with threads, there is
something I don't understand.
DFly has light-weight kernel threads, right? So more that one thread
(process?) can be in the kernel at once, right?
What is the issue with userland threads, pthreads, libc_r, and so on? What
is the 1:1 threading library you mentioned?
Sorry for the naive questions, but I guess I've never harmonized my generic
knowledge of threads (Win32, python, Java) with POSIX/*nix/(DFly)BSD
The beaten path is for the beaten man.
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