Re: cdrtools cdrecord/cdrecord.c
Joerg Schilling <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> - Linux decided to _need_ /usr/src/linux/unclude in the search PATH.
> It was needed for Linux-2.2 or earlier and such a decision cannot
> ever be changed later.
Well, they did just that. Your cdrtools package (or rather the libscg
abstraction layer) is quite special in needing access to the internals,
many applications don't need kernel headers and are happy with the stuff
that is a) in Posix, b) provided by the libc. Call it a surprise, but it
Your desire to have kernel include file access is somewhat obsoleted by
the kernel's not being stable... be it right or wrong, doesn't count, it
matters if a working cdrecord can be compiled without jumping hoops.