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Le 12/12/2011 15:38, ratheesh kannoth a écrit :
On Mon, Dec 12, 2011 at 8:04 PM, Jean-Marc Simohand
<jeanmarc.simohand@xxxxxxxxxxxx>  wrote:

Hi Ratheesh,
did you install the "build-essential package" ?

sudo apt-get install build-essential


  i don't have apt-get or yum. its a custom compiled kernel.

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Ok,
If your custom kernel is on an embedded target you can use ucLibc. If you are runing on a host (a PC) you can download Libc6.

But there is a but... these headers are for userland not for kernel dev.
for the kernel dev, download you kernel headers it's something like
linux-headers.2.6.xx-yy

Note: for embedded systems you can use buildroot which will help you to download & install all that you need.



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Best Regards,
Jean-Marc Simohand
Sr. MTS Applications
Maxim Integrated Products
ZI Athelia IV - Le Forum, Bat A
Quartier Roumagoua
13600 La Ciotat - France
Phone +33 (0)4.42.98.18.25


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