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Re: gcc-3.4 build failure on hurd-i386

   If /usr is a symlink to / and gcc uses /usr/include, it will work.
   If /usr is a real directory and gcc uses /usr/include, it will work as well.

And if /usr doesn't exist, it will not work at all.  Hard coding is
just bad, period.

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