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SubjectRe: Read Hat 7.3 and 8.0 compilation problems
> Are you using the stock rh kernel sources? Did you install the
> glibc-kernheaders RPM? This contains severe RedHat braindamage:
> /usr/include/{asm,linux} aren't links into the kernel source tree,
> but directly installed. Remove the rpm and create the soft links
> to /usr/src/linux.
> MfG, Ulrich

I resent this. It was explained 1000 times before
that /usr/include/{asm,linux} belong to glibc, not kernel.
Replacing these links with pointers to an updated kernel
will produce applications which mismatch the installed glibc,
and then mysteriously fail to work. Heinz-Ulrich can call names
all he wants, but the truth does not change.

-- Pete
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