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SubjectRe: Small bug in linux-2.4.20/include/linux/kernel.h
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On 31 January 2003 06:58, Jared Young wrote:
> Perhaps this is a small bug: During a compile for 2.4.20 there comes
> a section in /include/linux/kernel.h that calls for #include
> <stdarg.h> however stdarg.h is not included or found in any of the
> source directories. I cannot go on with my kernel make without this
> as it fails every 'make bzImage' any suggestions. I have included my
> makemenuconfig file for examination. What does stdarg.h call for on
> and where can I get this file if needed?

/me too has nonstandard GCC installation. I use this instead of plain make:

CFLAGS=-std=gnu99 \
GCC_EXEC_PREFIX=/usr/app/gcc-3.2/lib/gcc-lib/ \
QTDIR=/usr/app/qt-3.0.3posix \
make ...

Adapt as needed...
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