Re: [PATCH, TRIVIAL] Fix argument of BLKGETSIZE64

From: Andreas Schwab (schwab@suse.de)
Date: Wed Jun 12 2002 - 08:22:48 EST


Peter Chubb <peter@chubb.wattle.id.au> writes:

|> You could argue that this is a glibc bug. But the way that glibc
|> generates the include/linux headers is just to copy them from some
|> kernel tree or other, with a little mangling on the side.

Glibc does not do anything with the kernel headers besides using some of
them. Especially it does not generate any of them. The fact that the
distributions usually pack the kernel headers together with the glibc
headers does not mean that the kernel headers belong to glibc.

Andreas.

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