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Subject2.3.40: doubly defined symbol in header files
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Hi!

Compiling different, more low level located things like nmap, pppd etc
I have got warnings about a doubly/redefined defined symbol:

/usr/include/bits/resource.h:109: warning: `RLIM_INFINITY' redefined
/usr/include/asm/resource.h:25: warning: this is the location of the previous...

Additionally it seems to me, that the straight forward symbol links from
/usr/src/linux/include...(and subs) to /usr/include are no longer valid.
I have grepped the kernel sources for a hint but didn't found anything
useful. WHAT is currently symlinked ffrom the kernel source?

I am using
linux-2.3.40
libc-2.1.2 (glibc6)
gcc-2.95.2

Thank you very much for any help in advance!

KEEP HACKING!
Meino





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