> But the director says me that linux doesn't implement threads, is this
> true?. He said that threads in linux are implemented by a library, not
> at kernel-level.
We've had clone(2) for quite a few years now. And there's a
proper(?) posix threads implementation in the C library that
uses the clone interface.
There's even a page about multithreaded applications on Linux
and the way they scale on SMP systems:
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