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Re: woody header files ???

Colin Watson wrote:
> On Tue, May 28, 2002 at 09:00:52PM -0500, Michael D. Schleif wrote:
> > As you may know, I built a new system last weekend, installing enough
> > potato to boot and dist-upgrade to woody.
> >
> > Now, after apt-get'ing a bunch of stuff, I need to compile; but, I seem
> > to be lacking enough header files.
> If you're trying to compile a kernel module against a kernel version
> more recent than the one libc6 was built against, then you'll need to
> add (say) /usr/src/kernel-headers-2.4.18/include to the include path.
> What exactly are you working on?

I am trying to install a couple Perl modules (DBI & DBD::Pg); but, make
fails for many missing headers.

The reason I posted on debian is the fact that I do not have these:


The referenced README's just got me more and more confused?  Are we
supposed to link these by hand, again?  Or, am I missing a package that
installs non-kernel-compile headers?

What do you think?


Best Regards,

mds resource

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