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Old 08-11-2006, 07:28 AM   #1
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FC 4 2.6.11, iptables and kernel header problems

Hi there,

Am trying to implement IMQ on my FC 4 box running 2.6.11 kernel. I got the kernel patched and recompiled properly, no problems. I also did same to my iptables 1.3.3,patched and did chmod +x extensions/.IMQ-test*. Everything worked fine not until i rebooted and wanted to do make KERNEL_DIR=/usr/src/linux that i ran into problems.

I was getting errors mainly telling me this:

#error including kernel header in userspace; use the glibc headers instead!

i hav googled and tried to c if heres a way,i also tried for some libc-headers but didnt work out.

I think its a break from the kernel headers having problems with userspace apps.

U would not mind if i cant get some reprieve. There shud be a clean way out of this.



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