nestu at lunar-linux.org
Wed May 26 22:25:21 GMT 2004
Richard B. Pyne wrote:
> I know this has been covered before, but I can't find it in
> either my notes or in the list archives, but what is the process
> for re-creating the kernel-headers?
glibc recreates your headers from /usr/src/linux/
> I have one machine where the /usr/include/linux and
> /usr/include/asm directories keep dissapearing and I have to
> keep restoring them from a backup.
> I tired ( after restoring the headers) doing a lin linux ; lin
> glibc and lin gcc (after restoring the missing headers again).
> I have tried lin kernel-headers several times along the way and
> Building kernel-headers
> bzip2: (stdin) is not a bzip2 file.
> tar: Child returned status 2
> tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
> Thanks for your help.
I'd take a look at your install dir, to see what headers you
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