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SubjectRe: Fix for include/linux/fs.h in 2.4.0 kernels
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On Sat, 03 Feb 2001 00:04:16 +0100, 
Jocelyn Mayer <jocelyn.mayer@netgem.com> wrote:
>I had some problems while compiling some applications
>with the 2.4.0 kernel.
>The problem was a conflict between string.h from the libc
>and the one from the kernel, which is included in fs.h

Rule 1. Applications must not include include kernel headers directly.

Rule 2. Any glibc that has a symlink from /usr/include/{linux,asm} to
/usr/src/linux/include/{linux,asm} is wrong.

Relying on /usr/include/{linux,asm} always pointing at the current
kernel source is broken as designed. /usr/include/{linux,asm} must be
real directories that are shipped as part of glibc, not symlinks to
some random version of the kernel. Fix /usr/include.

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