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Compiling a new kernel

In the instructions that came with the kernel source package, Linus
recommends making symlinks in the include directory to directories in the
usr/src/linux/arch directory.

I also remember reading that libc5-dev contains a set of headers.

Someone on the list recommended that the directories in the include
directory shoudln't be deleted and made into symlinks. Is this correct?

Also is glibc the same as libc6? if so why?


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