I have over the years compiled from soutce about everything out there. However,
recently I have noticed the /usr/include/asm and /usr/include/linux are the
source of headaches. In the early days they were links to the /usr/src/linux
kernel source. However in an effort to setup more CPU types there has been a
change. /usr/include/asm seems to lack headers that are in /usr/include/asm-x86.
I heard at some point that the real clean headers were in /usr/include/asm and
linux. My question is based on this x86 machine would it be better to link asm
And what is the file /usr/include/linuxls" (no .h) doing there. It is a v4l2 file
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