> Lately, when compiling various packages (pgp, perl5.004-2)
> I get errors like:
> /usr/include/limits.h:52: No include path in which to find limits.h
> Since it found limits.h in /usr/include I don't get it.
Gcc found limits.h there too. But now it wants the one in
Look at /usr/include/limits, line 52.
Probably /usr/include/linux isn't in your search path. I think the error
message goes away if you add the following flags to gcc:
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