header <linux/types.h> problem in compiling pcomm

header <linux/types.h> problem in compiling pcomm

Post by Zhuo Er L » Thu, 19 Aug 1993 03:33:57

Hi, hackers.

    I have problem in using minicom came with SLS 1.03. After the cursor
reach bottom of the screen, all following text is displayed at the bottom
line rather than scroll up. That's frustrating. I use virtual console and
term for minicom is set to vt100. I also set the Unix host dialed in to
vt100 or vt102.

    Second, I download the source for pcomm and try to compile it with
"make install", but gcc complain header <linux/ctypes.h> not found.

    I check linux is a link in /etc/lib or somewhere? How do I resolve the
reference path problem?  As far as I know, <> include file refers to
default include directory.

Talk to you later.

All the best.

PS:  After just a few trys, I love Linux. Now I can boot dosemu from A:,
     but not from C:, it said "dos killed" and hang there. I have to cold
     boot my machine to restart.
Eric Lin                    (Home):   (204) 783-2884    

  University of Manitoba  


1. 1.3.98: <linux/if_arp.h> needs to include <linux/netdevice.h>

The include file <linux/if_arp.h> in 1.3.98 uses the symbol MAX_ADDR_LEN which
is defined in <linux/netdevice.h>.  Here's a patch to make the former file
include the latter:

--- include/linux/if_arp.h      1996/04/28 07:46:25     1.7

 #ifndef _LINUX_IF_ARP_H
 #define _LINUX_IF_ARP_H

+#include <linux/netdevice.h>

 /* ARP protocol HARDWARE identifiers. */
 #define ARPHRD_NETROM  0               /* from KA9Q: NET/ROM pseudo    */

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