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On Mon, 08 Oct 2001 15:53:20 +1000, 
Keith Owens <kaos@ocs.com.au> wrote:
>Good idea. kbuild 2.5 starting with 2.4.11-pre5 forces the kernel to
>only use its own includes plus gcc install includes. No more scanning
>/usr/include for kernel compiles.

Guess what the first bit of code was that broke? Yep, aic7xxx strikes
again, it includes endian.h :(. I am not going to fix it, the aic7xxx
maintainer is not interested in conforming to kernel build procedures,
aic7xxx is a shambles.

The code might be the best thing since SCSI-1 but the build of aic7xxx
causes more problems for kbuild than the rest of the system put
together.

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