the port in question is in
/usr/ports/devel/pth  and is GNU Pthreads.2.0

I assumed that the mod_php4 port automaticly did the right thing; it
tries to install GNU pthreads, but that install fails with the error
messages i reported. So if anyone's confused it's the mod_php4 port...

If GNU Pthreads isn't really necessary then I still need a way to
convince mod_php4 that it does not need GNU Pthreads.

I think I've read that GNU Pthreads have some differences that might
make some progs require it, but I'm not sure. Anyone knows about this?

- Joakim

ons 2003-02-26 klockan 03.24 skrev Kris Kennaway:
> On Wed, Feb 26, 2003 at 02:06:39AM +0100, Joakim Lundborg wrote:
> > I'm trying to compile pthreads 2.0-0 from ports on an AlphaServer 5/400
> > running FreeBSD 5.0. (Pthreads is needed for php4)
> I think you're confused about the need for this pthreads port (I can't
> find a 'pthreads' port anyway).."pthreads" means "posix threads" which
> are supported by the FreeBSD base system (libc_r).  The php4 port
> should automatically do the right thing.
> Kris

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