Re: multithread FTP working (ex: unfs3 for gFTP client) ?
- Poorly worded post, what I meant was:
Looking for performance enhancement over ftp, has anyone tried porting
or measuring a multi-threaded ftp server such as unfs3 to map with a
multi-threaded ftp client such as gFTP ( http://gftp.seul.org/ ) ?
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "7tronics Plc, M Smith"
> Looking for performance enhancement over ftp, has anyone tried porting
> a multi-threaded ftp server such as gFTP ( http://gftp.seul.org/ ) ?
> Key appears to be the support for pthreads or Linux threads. Don't see
> anything in the KuroBox libraries, but this is an area that is new
> Cheers de Mark @ 7tronics
- --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "James Ronald"
> Here is another source for binaries that will work on the linkstation.What a find! Not only do the apps integrate perfectly, but the full
> Check out the binary.zip file. It contains some of the more common
> packages that are standard on the Kuro box.
source is available, including gcc. I'm pretty sure that this is the
exact gcc that was used to build the Linkstation kernel/libs/apps (it
matches the uname output and has the ppc DWARF support that was
missing from the 2.95.3 base), so we should be able to build/modify
the kernel with ease.
FWIW, the distribution appears to use /usr/sbin/initdconfig to control
the rc configs. Give "/usr/sbin/initdconfig --list" a try...