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Re: Improper headers
On Sun, Feb 27, 2000 at 10:16:23AM -0500, Shourya Sarcar wrote:
> >/usr/include/linux is Linux private headers. A user level program
> >should never include them - unless the program is a Linux specific
> >system level program - top, ps, vmstat etc. /usr/include and /usr/include/sys
> >are the exported interfaces.
> Therein lies the poblem. I _am_ trying to write a system level program.
I should be more specific. If your program is specific to a given
version of the Linux kernel - you may use /usr/include/linux. If your
program should continue working across different Linux kernel versions,
you can't use them.