[Keystone Slip #38] What to do with kernel headers

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Slip number -----: 38 (What to do with kernel headers)
Contact ---------: None
Problem ---------: What to do with kernel headers
Opened by -------: gerard (Gerard Beekmans) on 03/13/2001 19:42
Assigned To -----: simon (Simon Perreault)
Current Status --: A (Active)
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Summary:
Sources suggest keep kernel headers in /usr/include/linux|asm that as they were when Glibc is compiled. When upgrading a kernel these headers should remain the same (so a full kernel upgrade would mean a Glibc recompile as well).

Find out why exactly that's suggested before we make this change in the book.
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History:
03/15/2001 01:10 by simon:
Current tech set to "Simon Perreault (simon)"
Status changed to "Active" from "Open"
 
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Comment from simon:
Next slip in order of priority. ;)
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