Re: trouble compiling sane-1.0.2 on linux

From: abel deuring (
Date: Thu Jul 20 2000 - 08:25:39 PDT

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    Bernhard Mogens Ege wrote:

    > On my machine, /usr/include/scsi/sg.h and
    > /usr/include/linux/../scsi/sg.h do NOT resolve to the same
    > file. /usr/include/linux/../scsi/sg.h resolves to
    > /usr/src/redhat/include/scsi/sg.h as /usr/include/linux is a symbolic
    > link to /usr/src/linux/include/linux
    > This problem seems to occur because of that link. This is however that
    > usual redhat way (in my experience).
    > I have created a c program, which includes <scsi/sg.h> twice which
    > causes no trouble.
    > It seems to me that sane should use either /usr/include/scsi/sg.h OR
    > /usr/src/redhat/include/scsi/sg.h, but not both.
    > Is my system messed up or should sane be modified to use only one sg.h?

    Both. You can do it as you want: Either clean up the installed sg.h
    files or fix linux_sg3_err.h in sane. To remove the line "#include
    <linux/../scsi/sg.h>" or to replace it with "#include <>"
    should work if yor prefer the latter.


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