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Hi all, I've been having some problems with pthreads, so I want to reemerge the package providing them, but I don't know which that is. Does anyone happen to know? ...
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    Which package provides pthreads?


    Hi all,

    I've been having some problems with pthreads, so I want to reemerge the package providing them, but I don't know which that is. Does anyone happen to know?

    Thanks!
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    Perhaps something like "kaffe-pthreads" ?

    Search for "posix threads" you should find it.
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    pthread is implemented as a library and this library may be intertwined with libc also. Can you please post the specific problem with pthreads you had, we can try to fix that if possible without disturbing the current library.

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    TinkeR.

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    Thanks for the replies; I'll post a backtrace as soon as the problem I'm having occurs again.
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    Here's a backtrace:
    Code:
    #0  0xffffe410 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
    #1  0xb7cfff93 in __nptl_setxid () from /lib/libpthread.so.0
    #2  0xb7b30ef6 in setreuid () from /lib/libc.so.6thread.so.0
    #3  0xb7ebdb59 in xmms_connect_to_session () from /usr/lib/libxmms.so.1
    #4  0xb7ebdbd6 in xmms_connect_to_session () from /usr/lib/libxmms.so.1
    #5  0xb691e22f in apply_config () from /usr/lib/xmms/General/libxmms_osd.so
    #6  0xb7d20a97 in g_source_add () from /usr/lib/libglib-1.2.so.0xmms_osd.so
    #7  0xb7d1f8f9 in g_get_current_time () from /usr/lib/libglib-1.2.so.0
    #8  0xb7d20540 in g_main_add_poll () from /usr/lib/libglib-1.2.so.0o.0
    #9  0xb7d20722 in g_main_run () from /usr/lib/libglib-1.2.so.0.so.0
    #10 0xb7e0e73c in gtk_mainun () fromusr/lib/libgtk-1.2.so.0o.0
    #11 0x0808501b in main ()
    This occurs in XMMS when I have the OSD plugin enabled. A similar problem occurs with Gaim and its OSD plugin. Thanks for any help you can offer!
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