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sathya
4th September 2007, 04:15 AM
Hi,

I have the following 2 questions:

1) I would like to know whether fedora 3 supports linuxthreads or the native posix thread library.

2) Also i would like to know whether Fedora 3 is similar to RHEL 4 in its features, mainly pertaining to/in the context of running a multithreaded C applications(for ex: glibc version, kernel, thread libraries etc). In other words, will threads behave in the same way in these two OS?

Please clarify
Thanks

Gnafu the Great
4th September 2007, 04:26 AM
If you need a free distro with close compatibility to RHEL 4, try CentOS 4. CentOS is the free, unbranded version of RHEL. Fedora Core 3 hasn't been supported for a LONG time (in computer years). If you want Fedora, please use 7, because even Core 6 will be unsupported soon. And yes, Fedora and RHEL have a similar structure, so a lot of things on this forum should prove useful.

GallComp
4th September 2007, 05:16 AM
We do not allow the creation of duplicated threads. You have one with the exact same questions running.

Closed.