On Sun, 2005-04-17 at 19:25 -0400, jeff millar wrote:
> ln -sf /lib/modules/`uname -r`/build/include/linux
> This fix creates a symlink, on each boot up, in the local include
> directory that points to the kernel header files. If there's a better
> way to do this, I'm all ears.
What's wrong with the contents of the glibc-kernheaders package? Can you
file specific bugs if you're having problems?
In the long run, the answer is to convince Linus that we _really_ need
the kernel to have a set of header files defining the ABI which are fit
for public consumption, rather than having a horrid mix of private and
exportable bits throughout the contents of the include/ directory.
In the meantime, some poor mug has to clean the crap up and try to make
something suitable to live in /usr/include/linux -- and unfortunately at
the moment for Fedora that someone is me :)
Unless git is doing something with kernel-private headers that it
shouldn't, this probably wants to be discussed elsewhere -- most likely
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