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   The problem is that gcc is not looking for the
header files in the /usr/src/linux/include directory
but in the /usr/include directory. Change this by
passing the -I /usr/src/linux/include parameter to gcc
while compiling. This will solve the problem. If you
trying to compile a module, you might get an error
with some header files called mach-generic-smp.h or
something. These files are simply not in the right
directory. Copy them to the parent folder of the
folder in which they are currently in. This will make
the compilation work(hopefully).

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