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kernel header files : problems (yes, again)


ok, i have libc5-dev installed without changing anything with the header
files. and i have the current kernel source and headers installed.

i'm kompiling a program, that needs to access current kernel headers
(isdnutils), so i compile it with -I/usr/src/linux/include .

the problem : there is a /usr/src/linux/include/net directory, so i will
also get this directory. but only linux/ and asm/ shoud override
/usr/include, not net/ (because : net/ is buggy !). what shall i do ?
ok, i know how to fix this, but with the next libc or kernel header
update i will have to fix it again... any good solution ?

(where can i find the reasons, why kernel headers are in libc ? i know
that nearly anybody sais, that this is the right way, but sometimes i
get frustrated and start to disbelief).

regards, andreas

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