lzo-2.10-1 built for aix6.1


LZO is a portable lossless data compression library written in ANSI C. It implements a number of algorithms with the following features: - Decompression is simple and *very* fast. - Requires no memory for decompression. - Compression is pretty fast. - Requires 64 kB of memory for compression. - Allows you to dial up extra compression at a speed cost in the compressor. The speed of the decompressor is not reduced. - Includes compression levels for generating pre-compressed data which achieve a quite competitive compression ratio. - There is also a compression level which needs only 8 kB for compression. - Supports overlapping compression and in-place decompression. - Algorithm is thread safe. - Algorithm is lossless.

Provides :
liblzo2.a(liblzo2.so.2), lzo = 2.10-1,

website : http://www.oberhumer.com/opensource/lzo/

Known dependencies

Special note about GCC libraries: Though all other RPMs built on AIX 6.1 can be installed and used on AIX versions greater or equal to 6.1, GCC RPMs can be installed and used on only ONE version of AIX: the one it was built on/for. As an example, libgcc-8.3.0-1.aix6.1.ppc.rpm can be installed and used ONLY on AIX 6.1 . If you need GCC 8.3 on AIX 7.2, download libgcc-8.3.0-1.aix7.2.ppc.rpm. About libgcc, libstdc++, and libgomp, when they appear below, their version and the version of AIX in the following are given ONLY as an example. (By default, the last uploaded version of the required GCC libraries is displayed.)
As an example, if you see: "libstdc++-8.3.0-1.aix7.1.ppc.rpm" below, that only means that you need libstdc++ library to be installed on your machine, and you may install the version of GCC (or only the RPM of this library) that you want (like 6.3) that was built for the version of AIX (like 7.1) where you want to install the current package (here: libstdc++-6.3.0-1.aix7.1.ppc.rpm). Thus, you have to download and install GCC libraries separately and according to your specific needs.
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creation date: 2018-04-06
release date: 2018-04-06


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