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Special Forums Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions Mounting a windows share on AIX Post 19427 by LivinFree on Thursday 11th of April 2002 09:14:36 AM
Old 04-11-2002
I believe that a SMB filesystem module is either compiled into the kernel, or loaded an a pluggable module with Linux, and the smbmount command should actually be called by the "mount" command (like mount -t smbfs ...).
So there's a good chance you're just out of luck on that one.

And the gcc = yes may be that gcc was found on your system, and it chose to use that. Do you have gcc installed as well?
 
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TRAMPOLINE(3)						     Library Functions Manual						     TRAMPOLINE(3)

NAME
trampoline - closures as first-class C functions SYNOPSIS
#include <trampoline_r.h> function = alloc_trampoline_r(address, data0, data1); free_trampoline_r(function); is_trampoline_r(function) trampoline_r_address(function) trampoline_r_data0(function) trampoline_r_data1(function) DESCRIPTION
These functions implement closures as first-class C functions. A closure consists of a regular C function and a piece of data which gets passed to the C function when the closure is called. Closures as first-class C functions means that they fit into a function pointer and can be called exactly like any other C function. func- tion = alloc_trampoline_r(address, data0, data1) allocates a closure. When function gets called, it stores in a special "lexical chain reg- ister" a pointer to a storage area containing data0 in its first word and data1 in its second word and calls the C function at address. The function at address is responsible for fetching data0 and data1 off the pointer. Note that the "lexical chain register" is a call-used register, i.e. is clobbered by function calls. This is much like gcc's local functions, except that the GNU C local functions have dynamic extent (i.e. are deallocated when the creating function returns), while trampoline provides functions with indefinite extent: function is only deallocated when free_trampoline_r(func- tion) is called. is_trampoline_r(function) checks whether the C function function was produced by a call to alloc_trampoline_r. If this returns true, the arguments given to alloc_trampoline_r can be retrieved: trampoline_r_address(function) returns address, trampoline_r_data0(function) returns data0, trampoline_r_data1(function) returns data1. SEE ALSO
trampoline(3), gcc(1), varargs(3) PORTING
The way gcc builds local functions is described in the gcc source, file gcc-2.6.3/config/cpu/cpu.h. AUTHOR
Bruno Haible <bruno@clisp.org> ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Many ideas were cribbed from the gcc source. 22 October 1997 TRAMPOLINE(3)

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