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Re: Incorrect /usr/include/linux and /usr/src/linux sym-links

hnine@cc37450-a.strhg1.mi.home.com (Harmon Sequoya Nine) writes:

> Hello.  A few problems I've encountered on installing the kernel
> source and headers.

> 1) If the source is installed first, then the headers, the
> /usr/src/linux symlink pointer to the headers directory instead of
> the source directory.

> 2) Also, if the kernel headers or source is installed, then the
> /usr/include/linux directory should be a symlink to
> /usr/src/linux/include/linux.

Neither of these is a bug.  Read /usr/doc/libc5/FAQ.gz.  Linking the
asm and linux include directories into the src tree is no longer
acceptable practice. 


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