Re: New course for Debian University
Brian Keck wrote:
>On the question of /usr/src/linux & symlinks, Linus sent a couple
>of messages to linux-kernel a few months ago ...
Yes, but these refer to the commonly found link from /usr/include/asm
into /usr/src/linux/include; that is the link that should not be there.
Linus is saying that the include files used to build glibc should also
be used to build any programs that call on glibc.
(The second person Linus was answering had some confusion about the
links he was talking about -- confusion which Linus did not notice or
I can see no harm at all in having a symbolic link from /usr/src/linux
to the actual kernel source directory.
Oliver Elphick Oliver.Elphick@lfix.co.uk
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