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Old 06-04-2011, 04:25 PM   #1
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/usr/include/linux directory or <mykernel>/include/linux directory?

Hi There,

I am doing cross programming to ARM. My board is Linux 2.36.2 and I have the source code for the kernel.

I have a question:

When I want to use Linux headers, Do I use <mykernel>/include/linux or /<armcrossomcpiler>/usr/include/linux? I should be able to do that right? Or do I need to build the libcxxxx etc libararies of the cross compiler?

Thanks for your advice.


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