Ah I see.sinewav wrote:you need Z-threading. Not having it is kind of a bummer, but not a deal breaker.
Here is what I get when I compile it :
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checking for zthread-config... no checking for ZTHREAD - version >= 2.3.2... no *** The zthread-config script installed by ZThread could not be found *** If ZThread was installed in PREFIX, make sure PREFIX/bin is in *** your path, or set the ZTHREAD_CONFIG environment variable to the *** full path to zthread-config
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# dpkg -l | grep -i zthread ii libzthread-2.3-2:amd64 2.3.2-7 amd64 Object-oriented synchronization library for C++ ii libzthread-dev 2.3.2-7 amd64 Object-oriented synchronization library for C++
http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/amd64 ... v/filelist
http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/amd64 ... 2/filelist
http://packages.debian.org/search?suite ... ead-config
So I tried (and failed) to compile zthread by myself, but it doesn't seems easy. The last stable release is buggy (even though it was released in 2005).
I'll try to compile it later with Debian's patches. Or find another way to make it work.
I would also rather use the "vanilla" flavor. We agree on that point.sinewav wrote:We have talked about server homogeneity before but never enforced it because we are usually just thankful to have servers to play on. You should only be using the latest stable dedicated. Anything +sty, etc is generally frowned upon.
But, as I stated in my first post, I can't use the atest stable release (l18.104.22.168). Unless I'm mistaken, it doesn't support global id or user level.
So I'm using the latest 0.2.8 snapshot which turns out to be 0.2.9_alpha_r1417