RE: Failed to compile libnetfilter_queeu 1.0.1 under Centos 6.2

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Please let me explain; 

I actually had compiled and run netfilter_queue successfully.

My only concern was that the 1.0.1 source I downloaded from netfilter.org included the following header:

#include <libnfnetlink/linux_nfnetlink.h>

while my Centos 6.2 system featured the following one (after installing nfnetlink packages): 

#include <linux/netfilter/nfnetlink.h>

So I was wondering if the first one (linux_nfnetlink.h) was a result of some error or maybe it depends on the distros.

Thanks for your attention



Andres Velasco
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> Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2012 13:18:15 +0100
> From: jengelh@xxxxxxxxxx
> To: telecom.andresvelasco@xxxxxxxxxxx
> CC: netfilter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Failed to compile libnetfilter_queeu 1.0.1 under Centos 6.2
>
> On Monday 2012-01-16 12:22, Andres Velasco Garcia wrote:
>
> >I could not find a netfilter_queue RPM for Centos 6.2
>
>
> As major contributor to iptables and opensuse maintainer for their
> security:netfilter subproject, I also try keeping around builds for
> other distros.
> http://dl.medozas.de/repos/netfilter/CentOS_6/
>
> >../include/libnetfilter_queue/linux_nfnetlink_queue.h:8:42: error:
> >libnfnetlink/linux_nfnetlink.h: No such file or directory
> >solved using
> >//#include <libnfnetlink/linux_nfnetlink.h>

> >#include <linux/netfilter/nfnetlink.h>


> >Am I missing something?
>
> Are you missing libnfnetlink, perhaps?
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