The build was silently broken by AMD including <sys/mbuf.h> previously.  
It wasn't exposed until recently.  The correct fix was still to not 
include <sys/mbuf.h> anywhere in AMD (or anywhere else in userland for 
that matter).

> On Sun, Oct 01, 2000 at 12:14:25PM -0700, Mike Smith wrote:
> > Er, this is probably the wrong fix.  It sounds like the kernel 'callout' 
> > structure is ending up visible in userland, which it shouldn't.
> The build was broken by the inclusion of <machine/mutex.h> in
> sys/sys/mbuf.h rev 1.56.  <machine/mutex.h> includes sys/sys/proc.h as of
> rev 1.7.  sys/sys/proc.h includes sys/sys/callout.h and that's were it
> comes from.
> -- 
> -- David  ([EMAIL PROTECTED])

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