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linux mqueue not available?

Stor_GStor_G Posts: 2Member
Hello,
I need to use a message queue in my application.
and i found a few websites which describe a ready and implemented one.
it contained a few access methods like mq_open, mq_send etc., and requires a header mqueue.h
i ran a man search for the functions, yet i found nothing.
and ran a search for the mqueue.h file on the machine yet again found nothing.
however, online man pages include data about the functions.
i'm using linux 7.3 kernel 2.6.1 (recently updated)
and the mqueue should exist in this version for the best of my knowledge.
does anyone know why i can't use mqueue or where i can get a package to install to add support for it?
thanks

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  • satharielsathariel Posts: 59Member
    : Hello,
    : I need to use a message queue in my application.
    : and i found a few websites which describe a ready and implemented one.
    : it contained a few access methods like mq_open, mq_send etc., and requires a header mqueue.h
    : i ran a man search for the functions, yet i found nothing.
    : and ran a search for the mqueue.h file on the machine yet again found nothing.
    : however, online man pages include data about the functions.
    : i'm using linux 7.3 kernel 2.6.1 (recently updated)
    : and the mqueue should exist in this version for the best of my knowledge.
    : does anyone know why i can't use mqueue or where i can get a package to install to add support for it?
    : thanks
    :

    Hi,

    sounds a little bit like You try to use MQ Series. This is a commercial product from IBM. Maybe You find more information on their website.
    [black]SaThaRiel[/black]

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