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quick note on Fedora

On Thu, 13 Nov 2003, Derek Atkins wrote:

> gboyce at writes:
> > Redhat also added NTPL (new threading library) support into the kernel 
> > and it's program.  It's probably the biggest change to the kernel, and 
> > ended up speeding things up nicely.
> FWIW, NTPL was in RH9.  It's caused me no end of grief trying to debug
> a threaded application.  Hopefully fedora will work better when I
> decide to upgrade..  But it's been a royal PITA trying to debug my
> mythtv box due to NTPL.

Ahh yes, that's right.

I remember that it was in the Betas, but I thought it was pulled before 
release due to stability problems.  Thinking back, I think that was the 
ACPI support though.


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