Re: compiling kernel
On 14-Apr-99 Pollywog wrote:
> On 14-Apr-99 Noah L. Meyerhans wrote:
>> Building the kernel the "standard" way is fine in Debian. I did it for
>> almost 2 years before recently switching to the 'make-kpkg' method.
>> Make-kpkg is really nice, and quite easy. It turns the newly compiled
>> kernel into a .deb file, which you can easily install. It will make sure
>> things like the system map file get put in the right place, and other
>> handly little details like that.
> I was doing it the old-fashioned way, but every once in a while, like when I
> tried to install kdebase, I got an error about not finding if.h, but if.h is
> right where it should be.
I just tried to compile socks5 and I get the same error about not finding
if.h, just like when I compiled my kernel the old fashioned way. I give up,
because this might not be a problem with Linux but with the socks software.
It also happens with kdebase, though. Really puzzling.
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