> So, finally getting to my question, should I even *expect* a non-NPTL > kernel to work with the RH9 userland? Yes, absolutely. It's a design goal of RHL to work with unpatched kernel.org kernels. > > If not, is there a simple fix > without going to NPTL, say just rebuilding glibc? hmm... now that I > ask it I feel dumb, I do think I would need to rebuild glibc so it > knows the kernel has LinuxThreads, not NPTL. no need. RHL9 ships with BOTH LinuxThreads and NPTL and will switch dynamically at runtime depending on your kernel capabilities.
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