priority inheritance is not yet supported, and priority protection
probably will not be supported ever unless there's serious demand for
it (it's a fairly heavy-weight feature).
per-thread cpu clocks would be nice to have, but to my knowledge linux
is still not capable of supporting them. glibc fakes them by using the
_process_ cpu-time clock and subtracting the thread creation time,
which gives seriously incorrect semantics (worse than not supporting
the feature at all), so until there's a way to do it right, it will
remain as a stub that always fails.