I am using the Intel tools (v1423) for prototyping a UPnP AV control point on Linux and found a small problem in the generated code. The code uses a close() of a 'dummy ' socket (called Terminate)to force the chain to leave the select() system call. This does not work as intended on Linux so the select just waits for a timeout and then continues. Though everything works, it makes the control point very irresponsive.
Apparently Linux takes the view that a file descriptor is not really closed by the close() call since the select() is still using it. It has been discussed in some Linux forums (cf. http://bugme.osdl.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1875). A small Linus quote: "That's not a bug, it's a feature. ... A threaded app that depends on some close semantics is just broken..."
Oh, well... I replaced the close() code by sending a SIGUSR1 to wake up the select (which then returns-1 with errno=EINTR), which seems to work fine.
For the rest everthing seems to work just fine under Linux, so maybe this fix can be integrated in some future release of the tools.