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On Sun, Feb 18, 2001 at 11:01:27PM -0800, Arun Sharma typed:
> In Linux, thread = process that shares address space with other processes.
> So when the thread calls sleep, only the calling thread sleeps, not the
> The things unique about Linux implementation is - threads and processes are
> peers, rather than the traditional UNIX way of "a process contains threads".
How about the green_threads implementations of Sun/Blackdown JVMs, Arun?
Do they use pthreads ?