new kernel install. instructions for book

Mark Ellis uzumati at ElCapitan.oval.net
Tue Mar 13 15:49:22 PST 2001


I heard it that way aswell. Apparently it allows the kernel developers to play
around with interfaces without breaking anything. Don't ask me why though :)

Mark

Brett writes:
 > 
 > Hmm,
 > 
 > I hate to butt in, since I haven't been following the thread.
 > 
 > But the "official" word from linus is exactly that.  Don't have
 > /usr/include/[linux,asm] as symbolic links.  Leave the kernel headers
 > which were used to compile glibc in there.  That should solve everything,
 > correct ????
 > 
 > 	/ Brett
 > 
 > > 
 > > Why not just copy the headers over to $LFS/usr/include/linux|asm and
 > > forget about /usr/src/linux and all the symbolic links.
 > > 
 > > I dunno...i've been thinking about it for a couple of months, perhaps i
 > > should do a search on the mailing list archives again to remenber why i
 > > didn't like that idea at first...dunno ;)
 > > 
 > > -
 > > Jesse Tie Ten Quee - highos at highos dot com
 > > 


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