On Mon, 2005-03-28 at 09:45 +0200, Arjan van de Ven wrote:
On Sun, 2005-03-27 at 20:56 -0800, Florin Andrei wrote:
> Apparently, the kernel headers provided with Fedora are not enough in
the assumption that they are kernel headers is not right
Arjan, do you know the joke with the helicopter pilot flying through the
fog nearby the Microsoft campus? (*)
Anyway, what i'm saying is, you pointed out all i did wrong, but offered
nothing towards solving the problem i raised.
If you look at the snort-inline FAQ i posted, they solve the problem by
unpacking the kernel source, moving /usr/include/linux off the way and
replacing it with parts of the kernel source. I was saying that this is
a very ugly thing on an RPM-managed system and i asked what is
considered "best practices" in such cases on Fedora.
Pilot: "Where am i?"
Guy at window in a tall building: "In a helicopter, flying through the
Pilot: "Oh thanks, now i know this is the Microsoft campus."
Guy: "How did you figure?"
Pilot: "You offered me an answer that was perfectly true, yet perfectly
No offense, i hope. :-)