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SubjectRe: Upgrading Headers?
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On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 05:02, David Woodhouse wrote:

> No it may not be a symlink. That would be broken.

Well, I've seen it as a symlink, but then you are not supposed to
recompile out of /usr/src/linux ... that was why, I assumed, Linus
suggested everyone compile there kernels out of /home in the last
discussion about this.

Admittedly it should not be linked, but I think it is often enough - the
same rule stands: don't change the src without recompiling glibc.

Robert Love

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