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SubjectRe: [PATCH] asm*/resource.h fix for glibc
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In message <19991217011701.A23083@cistron.nl>, Miquel van Smoorenburg writes:
+-----
| According to Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH:
| > In message <83bn5f$923$1@enterprise.cistron.net>, Miquel van Smoorenburg
| > writes:
| > | If glibc-devel has /usr/include/linux -> /usr/src/linux-2.2.5-20/include/
| linux
| > | is there any reason not to put the 2.2.5-20 kernel headers directly
| > | into /usr/include instead of via a symlink ?
| > Because some of us upgrade our kernels without going through the whole RPM
| > rigmarole and would prefer to be able to change one or two symlinks instead
| > of copying all the headers?
|
| But you don't NEED to upgrade the kernel headers in /usr/include if
| you upgrade the kernel. In fact that was the entire point of Linus'
| posting. And mine. Sigh
+--->8

When new ioctls etc. show up, we do. In particular, I'm running 2.2.13ac3
on RH5.2, so the old kernel includes (for 2.0.36) *are* wrong.

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system administrator kthkrb,heimdal,gnome,rt allbery@ece.cmu.edu
carnegie mellon / electrical and computer engineering kf8nh
We are Linux. Resistance is an indication that you missed the point.



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