> >> Suddenly I obtain access to
> >> ULTRIX black 4.3 1 RISC
> > Uh ... what kind of processor is that? Offhand I don't see any
> > indication that any of the entries in s_lock.h are supposed to work
> > for Ultrix.
As mentioned earlier, Ultrix on RISC means that it is a MIPS processor.
DEC implemented OSF-1 for their Alpha processors.
> I suspect that some one of the implementations in s_lock.h was intended
> to be usable on Ultrix, and we've somehow dropped the declarations
> needed to make it go. You might want to pull down an old tarball (6.3
> or before) and look at how it compiles the s_lock support on Ultrix.
Any hints for Alexander on how to do it *if* it is a MIPS processor?
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