>> While moving to 11.x may be a good idea in any case, you only have
>> to move to 10.30 to get POSIX threads, as the same document states.
> HP-UX 10.30 was an "interesting" release. As I recall, it was not at
> all widely distributed. I think it may have gone to one, perhaps two
> customers, who were upgraded to 11.0 in short order.
Well, duh. At least it was advertised to some extent, I remember finding
a lot of marketing stuff about it in the boxes back then. And a whole lot
of support-related papers a while later, seems that it wasn't a
particularly stable release... right? (I've never seen anything running
10.30 or even a media kit myself, so what do I know)
What was it for, really? An early-availability POSIX-thread-capable HP-UX
for those people that wanted a platform for developing POSIX-threaded
applications for 11.00 before the 11 was released to the public? Was it
ever even y2k-compliant?
My ideas, not my employer's. No warranty. YMMV.