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Old 06-06-2010, 09:16 PM   #1
herman_swartz
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warning: getcontext is not implemented and will always fail


Received this message "warning: getcontext is not implemented and will always fail" and ones for errors in modules calling get, set, make and swap context functions not being implemented while compiling JNOS software. Talked to the developer of the software being compiled and he says to check the ARM Architecture threads.

Just wondering if anyone may have a lead as to the cause. Will also continue to Google and touch base with ARM developers.

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