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[Discuss-gnuradio] Re: Compiling errors on openBSD

From: Eric Blossom
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] Re: Compiling errors on openBSD
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 09:57:55 -0700
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On Wed, Apr 24, 2002 at 11:20:06AM -0400, Scott Robson wrote:
> OK so I got a bit further with compilation but now I'm stuck at a point 
> where the compiler goes looking for some include files, linux specific 
> ones. In particular linux/pci.h. Is this package intended only for 
> linux? If so this is cool I will just try and run it under linux and 
> give up my plans for getting it to work under openBSD.
> Regards
> Robbo


It shouldn't be trying to include linux/pci.h, since __KERNEL__ isn't
supposed to be defined in mc4020.h.  It may be trying to include
linux/ioctl.h, but replacing it by whatever is the right answer, maybe
ioctl.h, should work on your system.  Note that all these includes are
in a header file used to communicate with the Measurement Computing
PCI DAS4020/12 high speed A/D card (linux) driver.  You don't need one
of these to have fun, it just happens to be what we're using.  Also,
if you'll keep informing me of what changes were required to get it to
build under openBSD, I'll be sure that they get into the build tree.

Easiest for me would be a patch, but I can work with diff -u too.

Again, thanks for your efforts in getting it to work under openBSD.
It shouldn't take too much.  Just know that I haven't tried to built
it in that environment.


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