Fiasco-UX build problem

Stefan Kalkowski sk852421 at
Mon Jan 31 12:05:25 CET 2005

Am Donnerstag, 27. Januar 2005 19:53 schrieb Adam Lackorzynski:
> On Thu Jan 27, 2005 at 19:31:39 +0100, Stefan K. wrote:
> > in /usr/include/linux are all my linux-kernel headers and nothing else, i
> > deleted and reinstalled the headers, but the compiler.h was the original
> > one and contains:
> >
> > #ifndef noinline
> > #define noinline
> > #endif
> >
> > i think the headers are in the right position aren't they? I didn't
> > changed anything, the gentoo-distribution-installation-tool placed them
> > there.
> Well, there's a rule that one should not use original kernel headers for
> user land, at least that's being told all time. In my copy of gentoo
> this compiler.h is rather small and does not look like it would come
> from any recent Linux. An the Debian version doesn't have those noinline
> lines either, maybe they were removed. I guess you need to fix this up
> yourself.

I don't use the kernel-headers of the running kernel. It's an extra package of 
headers for all kernelversions 2.6 and i need it to build glibc. My roommate 
uses a Suse version and has the same noinline statement.

Whatever, you're right i have to fix this up myself. Nevertheless thank you 
for your commitment!

greetings stefan

> Adam

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