On Mon, 30 Oct 2000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:

> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Hart
> i Brandt writes:
> >
> >... in CURRENT from 30.10. phk has removed unnecessary #defines, among
> >them <sys/systm.h> which is definitely needed in both drivers. Adding the
> ># include <sys/systm.h> fixes the problem.
> >
> >netatm/atm{aal5,cm,device,subr} compile, but the kernel doesn't link -
> >they need the include also.
> You are confusing my changes with the current acpi related breakage.
> strip these lines out of NOTES:
>       device         acpi
>       options        ACPI_DEBUG
>       options        AML_DEBUG
> And the LINT kernel links just fine.

Probably not. I have no acpi configured in my kernel. cvs log on eni.c

Remove 86 unneeded #includes

on revision 1.15

A cvs diff shows, that with this change #include <sys/systm.h> is gone
which defines things like DELAY, bcopy, ... If I add the include
everything compiles fine.


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