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    SubjectRe: Why from there?
    Hi Guys,

    > Why? Surely those links should be updated in the makefile as part of
    > the "make zImage" and "make modules" steps so that the compilation
    > process can guarantee that they're set correctly for that compile?

    Well, no. I routinely build on a system where I don't have root
    access and I don't have permission to change /usr/include/linux,
    /usr/include/asm, or /usr/include/scsi.

    The kernel compilation process already works correctly no matter
    where the kernel tree is installed. The symlinks in /usr/include
    are for compiling userland programs.

    Cheers,

    Michael Chastain
    <mailto:mec@shout.net>
    "love without fear"

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