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SubjectRe: Detecting Red Hat builds ?
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On Thu, 10 May 2001 17:25:29 +0100 (BST), 
rjd@xyzzy.clara.co.uk wrote:
>The problem is I have a driver that includes syncppp.h which in the releases
>from kernel.org is in linux/drivers/net/wan/ up to and including 2.4.2 after
>which it moves to linux/include/net/.

Do it in the Makefile. Untested:

ifneq ($(wildcard $(TOPDIR)/include/net/syncppp.h),)
CFLAGS_driver_name.o += -I $(TOPDIR)/include/net
else
CFLAGS_driver_name.o += -I $(TOPDIR)/drivers/net/wan
endif

and the driver does #include "syncppp.h".

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