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POSIX   (translated from Portuguese)
POSIX POSIX it is the one name família of ... iso /IEC 9945. The normalization of specifications POSIX projecto had appeared of one, initiated for ... variants of sistema operative unix . The term POSIX it was suggested by Richard Stallman in ... applications has of the system UNIX. Norm POSIX specifies the interfaces of the user ...
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SIGINT (POSIX)
SIGINT (POSIX) SIGINT Description Terminal interrupt signal. Default Action ... In-depth discussion of SIGINT handling[1] POSIX Signals SIGABRT | SIGALRM | SIGFPE | SIGHUP | SIGILL | SIGINT ...
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Talk:POSIX
Talk:POSIX Single UNIX Specification I don't think ... is a good idea to merge the POSIX and Single UNIX Specification articles. Judging by how many articles link to POSIX, it is a very current and wanted ... even the article Single_UNIX_Specification itself links to POSIX ;). Even though POSIX is beeing "phased out" in favor ...
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POSIX Threads
POSIX Threads POSIX Threads is a POSIX standard for threads. The standard defines an ... creating and manipulating threads. Libraries implementing the POSIX Threads standard are often named Pthreads. Pthreads are most commonly used on POSIX systems such as Linux and Unix, ...
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Talk:POSIX Threads
Talk:POSIX Threads I thinks pthreads is a better ... Nope. Intro: "pthread is an abbreviation for POSIX threads..." which naturally leads to pthreads not pthread since it's "POSIX threads". I've never cared for the ... cleaning this up; renamed from pthreads to POSIX Threads per AFD. I'm removing the ...
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Category:POSIX standards
Category:POSIX standards Pages in category "POSIX standards" There are 24 pages in this ... B Bourne shell G Glob() N Native POSIX Thread Library P POSIX Threads Portable character set S SIGALRM SIGBUS ... S cont. SIGCONT SIGFPE SIGHUP SIGILL SIGINT (POSIX) SIGKILL SIGPIPE SIGQUIT SIGSEGV S cont. ...
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Native POSIX Thread Library
Native POSIX Thread Library In the Linux operating system, the Native POSIX Thread Library (NPTL) is a software feature ... kernel to run programs written to use POSIX Threads very efficiently. In tests, NPTL succeeded ... had a number of issues with true POSIX compliance, particularly in the areas of signal ... to address the requirement: NGPT (Next Generation POSIX Threads) worked on by a team ...
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Native POSIX Thread LIBRARY   (translated from German)
Native POSIX Thread LIBRARY Those Native POSIX Thread LIBRARY (NPTL) a modern implementation is ... and permits Linux programs the use of posix -Threads. History Since the Kernel version 2 ... Two competitive projects were started: NEXT generation POSIX Threads (NGPT) under the direction of ibm ... 2002 the work to the new native POSIX Thread LIBRARY. In August/September 2002 ...
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Talk:Native POSIX Thread Library
Talk:Native POSIX Thread Library I'm not sure that ...
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Talk:NTFS
... did, take another implementation, maybe using the POSIX subsystem in Windows NT/2000 or outside it. As part of the POSIX compatibility, NTFS must support ":" and "\" as characters, as in POSIX the only forbidden character is "/". Nope, the POSIX subsystem can't do it. It can ... did not tested, but, however, NTFS is POSIX certified and a requirement for that ...
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