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SubjectRe: Linux-2.4.4 failure to compile

On Fri, 18 May 2001, Lorenzo Marcantonio wrote:

> On Thu, 17 May 2001, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
> > I think the header file you're talking about is the db1 header file,
> > which has nothing to do with yacc -- it's the Berkeley libdb version 1,
> > which is a pretty bad thing to require.
> >
> I've got it to compile (and apparently work) even con libdb3... which
> has the compability header db_185.h (or something similar).
> IIRC, libdb1 was bundled with libc till release 2.1.3. Since 2.2 they've
> said 'get it at sleepycat...'.
> BTW, there are ifdef inside the driver about which header to include
> (db.h or db_185.h IIRC).
> I still doesn't comprend what does it NEED FOR the libdb...

I don't do any module programming yet, but the lkmpg lists "Using standard
libraries" under "Common Pitfalls". Is anything unusual going on here?



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