Yes but make sure you download a thread-safe version of OOB. The thread-safe distributions of OOB are identified by "-mt" in the distribution name.
Do not use this OOB distribution unless your application is known to be threaded and linked with Linux Threads.
When building your application add the -pthread switch to gcc and do NOT use -lpthreads. Make sure you use thread-safe/reentrant versions of library functions (e.g. gethostbyname_r etc) and define _REENTRANT by adding -D_REENTRANT to your compile lines.
If you are using GNU PTH instead of Linux Threads please contact us for availability.
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