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Re: Problems building xemacs, LIMIT_AS undefined

James Troup <J.J.Troup@scm.brad.ac.uk> writes:

> [ Cc to Dres dropped, this is an m68k issue ]
> Brederlow <goswin.brederlow@student.uni-tuebingen.de> writes:
> > I have the 2.0.33 Kernel source installed and
> kernel-source is i386-specific; install kernel-headers, which is what
> libc6-dev depends on.

It still doesnt explain why theres a different in the LIMITS. I had
the same problem on PPC some time ago building glibc. Shouldn't the
kernel-headers be the same as the .h files of the kernel?

So they solve it? I'm pretty sure kernel-headers is installed (got
updated yesterday) and also the m68k 2.0.33 kernel source (not the

I will have a close look at all links to all resource includes and
compare them. Lets see who is to blame for the missing RLIMIT_AS.

May the Source be with you.

PS: What should it be set to on m68k? 9?

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