LFS 5.0 - dhcpcd failing
alwagner at tcac.net
Sun Feb 8 07:07:34 PST 2004
Allard Welter wrote:
> There is another point I forgot about last night which I'd like to
> clear up. Yes you do need the includes for the currently running
> kernel, but more importantly, the driver you're compiling is a kernel
> module, so it will need access to the internal kernel headers. The
> headers in /usr/include are only a subset of the headers in the kernel
> source tree sufficient for user-space programs.
> apologies for the omission.
Please, no apologies. Your post pointed me in the right direction.
BTW, the phrase "currently running kernel," I discovered, is critical.
Some really bizarre (to me) things happened when I tried this chrooted
from the host :-) Thanks for your help.
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