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Re: Potentially serious problem with kernel-headers...

Dale Scheetz <dwarf@polaris.net> writes:

> If you "really" need to use 2.0.34 kernel headers for the package in
> question, the correct way to get them is using the -I option on the
> compiler command line, and include the specific headers from the desired
> kernel.
> Luck, 
> Dwarf

As long as the binary produced will really work on all 2.0.x kernels, I
guess this is an OK solution.  But, I'm afraid this is going to be a common

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