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Re: [bluetooth-dev] Problems building with Redhat 7.0
On Tue, Mar 27, 2001 at 03:45:22PM +1000, Matthew Palmer wrote:
> > Or the easier (and recommend) way is to run:
> > make INCLUDEDIR=/usr/src/linux/include
> > (or point to wherever you have your kernel source tree) to build the stack.
> There is that, too. That should probably be somewhere prominent in the docs
> (it might be now, it wasn't as of a few weeks ago when I last checked).
Hm, need to go check that. I think it's there...
> > Don't do development in /usr/src/linux, do it in a user directory.
> I suggested that because the source layout suggested that it was intended to
> go in the kernel source tree.
That's fine, but you shouldn't be doing any kernel development in
/usr/src/linux anyway. All my kernels are in /home/greg/linux/linux-2.*
This way you don't have to be root to do your development, and there are
all sorts of other reasons you don't want to be mucking around with the
Hope this helps,
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