Re: libc5 FAQ
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On 28 May 1997, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> The bottom line is: if a program needs kernel header, the
> chances are that the program, or the design of the program, is
I must second Andreas here. The ISDN stuff is an exception.
There is active development in the ISDN area. The device driver should
have made it into the 2.0.30 kernel, but didn't because of an error of the
kernel source maintainers. It contains stuff there to stay, but the ISDN
utilities need this stuff now.
In short: Future (stable and unstable) kernel versions will contain the
data-structures and definition that isdnutils is needing now. The utilities
are just a bit ahead of the kernel releases, but not because of
instability but because of mistakes on part of the kernel source
maintainers. This is the exception Andreas asks for.
\ / | Nils Rennebarth
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