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My world (virtually): OpenLinux 2.2 (2.2.5)
Installed w/ minimum install (tiny HDD)...
recompiling kernel to get IPMASQ / firewall capability (to install IP
(compiling 2.2.5; source from ftp.us.kernel.org)
'make config' seems to go ok (using Kernel HOWTO and IP MASQ
'make dep' : all files in #include's in mkdep.c cannot be found;
TOPDIR= .... echo $$pwd ...
HPATH = $TOPDIR/include
FINDPATH=$HPATH/asm $HPATH/linux $HPATH/scsi $HPATH/net
HOSTCC = gcc
(seems ok, right ?!?)
I went into mkdep.c and fully qualified the #includes and gcc found
most of them, but then other src files were not. What am I missing
Is my problem w/ gcc or make, or ... uh... my brain?
This is my 1st 'manual' kernel compile... the term 'crash course' has
new meaning to me...
Thanks for ANY help!!!!!!
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