System is i386, Redhat 5.1, kernel 2.0.x, not sure of the networking version
(gotta run Win95 to get on the net).
I'm having trouble building networking code (dhcpcd 0.7, to be exact). It
seems as if /usr/include/socketbits.h collides with /usr/include/linux/if.h,
and a couple of other files collide. By collision I mean both define
stuf like IFF_UP and sockaddr. Socketbits belongs to glibc-devel-2.0.70-13,
and socket.h (and presumably if.h) to kernel-headers_2.0.34-0.6.
I'm good enough at C that I can fix the collisions myself and make it work,
but it seems there is a more fundamental problem here. Is this a known
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