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SubjectRe: [PATCH] asm*/resource.h fix for glibc
According to Jamie Lokier:
> glibc-devel has /usr/include/linux -> /usr/src/linux/include/linux
> kernel-headers has /usr/src/linux -> /usr/src/linux-VERSION
> This works the same as Debian if you use the standard packages.
> Upgrading kernel-headers does the right thing.
> But it's also friendly to kernel hackers.

Oh yes. When you unpack a kernel in /usr/src, you overwrite the
kernel-headers package -> things are broken bigtime

> So if you're hacking kernel like me and keep the current source in
> /usr/src/linux, /usr/include/linux refers to your developing source no
> matter what the packaging system does, say when you upgrade. I find
> this cool.

Why. You don't NEED to have /usr/include/linux matching the kernel you
run or hack on. Read Linus' message. He's smarter than you ;)


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