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Old 08-12-2015, 12:25 AM   #1
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Post How to Add POSIX PSE51 Support in Linux

Currently i am working on POSIX. I want to add POSIX PSE51 Support in linux. POSIX PSE51 doesnot support MMU and Filesystem. From my understanding
POSIX are userspace API's which are portable across different OS's. Now when i chose different POSIX profiles (PSE51,PSE52...). PSE51 in paticular. Do i need to do necessary changes in linux kerenel inorder to support these API's How to compile userspace application specific to POSIX PSE51 Profile. I googled it, didnt find any useful links w.r.t to POSIX PSE51. Please help me with any useful links.


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