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    Make [Makefile] error....

    Hi all,

    I'm new to Linux, and even newer to, so i'm sorry if i post my problem in the wrong place...
    I have Fedora Core 4 test 2, and i want to be able to connect to the Internet (i own a Octal A360). I've searched for Linux drivers, and i came upon a package called amedyn. The problem is when i try to compile the Makefile included i get an error similar to:

    Error loading to userspace. Use glibc headers instead.

    Sorry if the problem isn't too detailed but i'm not using Linux now, and i don't know how to put the printer working
    Anyway, i've searched again in various forums, and one post suggested that i could edit the config.h file in /lib/modules/kernel_ver/build/include/linux, and change the line ifndef __KERNEL__ to ifndef__GLIBC__. Okay, that line simply just wasn't there...
    Can anyone help me???

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    Linux Guru lakerdonald's Avatar
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    St. Petersburg, FL
    Well it would seem that you are trying to use a userspace driver.
    That's okay, but it will most likely be less powerful/secure/stable than a kernelspace driver.
    The path /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build/include/linux is a directory for starters, so that might be part of the problem.

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    That one is easy to solve. Go to the Makefile under the bridged directory and change the include line to:

    INCLUDES = -I/usr/include

    That solved the problem for me...

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