Re: Bug#84234: libc6.1-dev: linux/kernel.h warning on alpha
On Wed 31 Jan 2001, Ben Collins wrote:
> reassign 84234 kernel-source-2.4.0
> On Wed, Jan 31, 2001 at 10:08:05AM +0100, Paul Slootman wrote:
> > Package: libc6.1-dev
> > Version: 2.2.1-1
> > Severity: important
> > Somewhere between 2.2-9 and 2.2.1-1, this change was made:
> Please assign kernel header bugs against appropriate packages.
I don't even have kernel-source-2.4.0 installed.
It's a file that dpkg -S told me was in libc6.1-dev. Oh well.
BTW, it would have been nice if you could have CCed me directly,
I don't always check debian-alpha that regularly.
> Could one of the alpha folks check into this?
Er, alpha folks, (that includes me, BTW, although I'm not a technical
alpha folk), don't bother; this is a GENERIC bug in
/usr/include/linux/kernel.h, not specific to alpha at all.
Exactly the same problem exists in the i386 libc6-dev 2.2.1-1 package;
I'll repeat it here as you snipped the info:
the padding in struct struct sysinfo has been (erroneously?) decreased
from 22 to 20 (and then 2 longs and 1 int are substracted again). This
could lead to serious breakage.
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