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> 1. Re: Compile problems with lirc (was: (no subject)) (jaakko)
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> Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2000 10:39:49 +0200 (EET)
> From: jaakko <yaggo@...>
> To: <m.hunold@...>
> cc: <lirc-list@...>
> Subject: Re: Compile problems with lirc (was: (no subject))
>> What version of 'lirc' do you try to compile? I'm using 0.6.2 with
>> RedHat 7 and an IrMan Remote-contol without problems.
> Lirc 0.6.2 & home-brew serial module. It works fine with Redhat 6.0 system
> some months ago. (why, WHY did I updated to 7.0?!)
>> To work around this, RedHat included a rpm called 'kgcc',
>> where 'kgcc' is actually 'egcs' version 2.91.66.
> The same error is printed, no matter do I use gcc or kgcc. Which
> header files should I use when compiling Lirc, those in
> /usr/include/linux (2.4.x) or /usr/src/linux/include/linux (2.2.x)?
> I'm just wondering WHY I can't get Lirc compiled and you do NOT have
> problems... thus we both are using Redhat 7.0! Should I update the buggy
> glibc library? (causes xmms to crash etc).
> I guess the easiest way to get Lirc work would be changing Linux
> distribution... This is not the first time when I've stupid problems with
The problem should be caused by kernel source (or header) bundled in
You can download a tar-ed source from http://www.kernel.org
and you can compile lirc with this original source (and header)
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