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gnutls_global_set_mutex(3)		      gnutls		       gnutls_global_set_mutex(3)

       gnutls_global_set_mutex - API function

       #include <gnutls/gnutls.h>

       void	gnutls_global_set_mutex(mutex_init_func     init,    mutex_deinit_func	  deinit,
       mutex_lock_func lock, mutex_unlock_func unlock);

       mutex_init_func init
		   mutex initialization function

       mutex_deinit_func deinit
		   mutex deinitialization function

       mutex_lock_func lock
		   mutex locking function

       mutex_unlock_func unlock
		   mutex unlocking function

       With this function you are allowed to override the default mutex locks used in some  parts
       of  gnutls and dependent libraries. This function should be used if you have complete con-
       trol of your program and libraries.  Do not call this function  from  a	library.  Instead
       only initialize gnutls and the default OS mutex locks will be used.

       This function must be called before gnutls_global_init().


       Report bugs to <bug-gnutls@gnu.org>.
       General guidelines for reporting bugs: http://www.gnu.org/gethelp/
       GnuTLS home page: http://www.gnu.org/software/gnutls/

       Copyright (C) 2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc..
       Copying	and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are permitted in any
       medium without royalty provided the copyright notice and this notice are preserved.

       The full documentation for gnutls is maintained as a Texinfo  manual.   If  the	info  and
       gnutls programs are properly installed at your site, the command

	      info gnutls

       should  give you access to the complete manual.	As an alternative you may obtain the man-
       ual from:


gnutls					      3.1.15		       gnutls_global_set_mutex(3)
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