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SubjectRe: linux-libc-headers scsi headers vs libc scsi headers
    Hi all and sorry for self-answering:
* DervishD <lkml@dervishd.net> dixit:

> 'linux-libc-headers', but I've noticed that it provides headers for
> 'scsi/' subdir, and glibc *does that too*. Should I use the scsi
> headers from llh? Should I instead compiled my new glibc without that
> headers and let it install them as needed? Should I NOT use any linux
> header for building my new glibc (2.3.4 BTW)?

Yes, I know, this is in the llh FAQ, but the answer starts with
'Not too sure on this one', that's the reason I'm asking here...

Raúl Núñez de Arenas Coronado

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