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Re: Files missing in /usr/include?
On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 12:10:44PM -0500, Matt Smith wrote:
> I'm working on porting the OpenAFS client over to NetBSD 5.0.2. In
> trying to compile the LKM for it, the files cpu.h and intr.h in
> /usr/include/x86/ are included. These headers include additional
> headers. The problem, however, is that a couple of the headers they
> try to include are not in /usr/include/x86. For example:
> /usr/include/x86/cpu.h includes /x86/via_padlock.h
> /usr/include/x86/intr.h includes /machine/pic.h
> Instead, these included headers are located in the src tree
> (/usr/src/sys/arch/x86/include). They can be linked in to satisfy the
> dependency, but intr.h errors out due to missing some expected
> Does anyone know why these files would be missing from /usr/include?
> Additionally, why would non-compilable files be placed for use in
I don't think we have yet bothered to support building 3rd-party kernel
modules without also having various parts of the src tree around.
At least this was the case with Arla. I believe OpenAFS needs src
trees for OpenBSD and FreeBSD cache manager builds too.
I could see it being hard to integrate, but using <bsd.kmodule.mk>
may make some things easier.
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