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SubjectRe: Linux kernel headers violate RFC2553

Felix von Leitner writes:
> glibc works around this, but the diet libc uses the kernel headers and
> thus exports the wrong API to user land.

Don't user kernel headers for userspace.

Kernel headers and user headers are distinctly different namespaces,
and you have pointed out only one of many places where we use
different names/structures/etc. for some kernel networking headers
vs. what userspace wants.

Later,
David S. Miller
davem@redhat.com
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