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SubjectRe: [Monty: Kernel interface changes (was Re: cdrecord problems on recent Linux versions)]


On Thu, 4 Feb 1999, Bob Taylor wrote:

> In message <Pine.GSO.3.96.990204020428.950A-100000@mail1.sas.upenn.edu>,
> Vladim
> ir Dergachev writes:
>
> [snip]
>
> > Ummmm Slackware doesn't. What it does is make a symlink (as it should be)
> > and install headers in /usr/src/linux/include. So that when you
> > install the kernel (from a distribution or by hand) they get
> > moved/overwritten and you don't have any problems.
> > Makes one wonder why Redhat couldn't do this ?
>
> Hm. Curious. Is this what you mean by "make a symlink"?
>
> In /usr/include:
>
> asm -> ../src/linux/include/asm
> linux -> ../src/linux/include/linux
> scsi -> ../src/linux/include/scsi
>

Yes.. Hmmm I distinctly remember not seeing symlinks there.
Perhaps it was in another version.

Vladimir Dergachev


> Bob
> Red Hat 5.2
>
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