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> correcting paths for building on arm device
post Jul 29 2013, 01:03 AM
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I have a very limited pool of precompiled linux distributions i can choose from for my rk3188 arm device.
I am trying to build usb ethernet drivers, but i can neither build or make because the #include paths that are referred to are incorrect.
files like modules.h #include paths to /linux/files.h while the correct paths are in /root/rk3188/linux
I tried copying the relevant paths to /linux, but then those files still need to be modified from #include /linux/file.h to #include ./linux/file.h
How can i change it so that the system refers to the correct locations?
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