[Mailman-Users] a few questions (fwd)

C. Bensend benny at bennyvision.com
Sun Jan 13 18:25:21 CET 2002

On Sun, 13 Jan 2002, Paul Tomblin wrote:

> > Now, to fix it...  On one of my linux boxen, I did a 'locate
> > errno.h'.  It appears in '/usr/include/errno.h', and from the
> > output of 'rpm -qf /usr/include/errno.h':
> No, the compiler was looking for <linux/errno.h>, not <errno.h>.  The word
> "linux" is a clue - the include file is part of the kernel distribution,
> not part of the compiler.  If you want to compile just about anything in
> Linux, you have to install the kernel headers package.

Good point, Paul...  Once I re-read this after getting some
_sleep_, I noticed my error.  Thanks for the correction,
hope this helps Justin.  :)


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