On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 11:29 PM, Alex Gibson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:On 7/10/2010 3:48 PM, J. L. wrote:root@overo:~# uname -a Linux overo 2.6.34 #1 Thu Oct 7 13:29:22 EST 2010 armv7l GNU/Linux root@overo:/usr/include/sys# ls acct.h inotify.h poll.h signal.h sysmacros.h unistd.h acl.h io.h prctl.h signalfd.h termios.h user.h bitypes.h ioctl.h procfs.h socket.h time.h ustat.h cdefs.h ipc.h profil.h socketvar.h timeb.h utsname.h dir.h kd.h ptrace.h soundcard.h timerfd.h vfs.h elf.h kdaemon.h queue.h stat.h times.h vlimit.h epoll.h klog.h quota.h statfs.h timex.h vt.h errno.h mman.h raw.h statvfs.h ttychars.h vtimes.h eventfd.h mount.h reboot.h stropts.h ttydefaults.h wait.h fcntl.h msg.h resource.h swap.h types.h xattr.h file.h mtio.h select.h syscall.h ucontext.h fsuid.h param.h sem.h sysctl.h uio.h gmon.h pci.h sendfile.h sysinfo.h ultrasound.h gmon_out.h personality.h shm.h syslog.h un.h root@overo:/usr/include/net# ls ethernet.h if_arp.h if_ppp.h if_slip.h ppp_defs.h if.h if_packet.h if_shaper.h ppp-comp.h route.h root@overo:/usr/include/net# If you have a program or example I can give it a try building it if you want ? AlexThe only difference is my kernel was built on the 30th of Sep but I list basically the same files as you but what I listed above does not show up in your listings as well. While yes some that it cant find are listed well 2 actually thats it. The rest do not show up and this is not even a complete list of what headers I have run across it not being able to find. sys/bufmod.h sys/dlpi.h sys/dlpihdr.h net/raw.h ----- was put in place by me and cant find it sys/dlpi_ext.h sys/mib.h sys/ndd_var.h sys/sockio.h net/if_var.h net/if_dl.h net/pfilt.h net/pvar.h net/radix.h netinet/in_var.h net/if_tun.h netinet/ip_fw.h linux/ip_fw.h linux/ip_fwchains.h linux/netfilter_ipv4/ipchains_chore.h ip_compat.h netinet/ip_compat.h ip_fil.h _do_prnt vfork.h asnprintf strlcat strlcpy net/route.h --- on system from standard build and install but cant find it A bunch of the headers I can find in the kernel source itself but I did not have luck just copying it to the location and having it work. But there is also some headers I can not even find in the kernel source. If you like I can paste the exact things you did but would be duplicated just the kernel date is the only difference. At least subversion is finally building for me so step forward today. Thanks for your help and input so far.?? Not sure I have exactly the same headers as listed above in /usr/include/net and /usr/include/sys on my fedora13 box and installed on multiple gumstix. I am using python for most of the network programing, but most c and c++ programs I've tried to build have built without problems. Don't have the ipchains headers on my fedora 13 box at all, same with most of those you list. Wouldn't you be better off putting any of your own headers or non-default headers in /usr/local/include ?Not sure this is all one crazy learning experience for me. Is that the standard way to put headers in? If so and say the 2 headers I need to install are /net/raw.h and sys/sockio.h do I just put them both as so? /usr/local/include/net/raw.h and /usr/local/include/sys/sockio.h ? would that be it? Or would I need to do more than just putting them in the file system like that? Sorry if this is all really basic linux questions but this is the furthest I have ever gotten into linux and just trying to figure all this out. Thanks again for your time and help so far. JL
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