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Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * Webmin: download.* base: centos.* epel: * extras: centos.* updates: my Installed Packages Name : openssl Arch : x86_64 Version : 1.0.1e Release : 30.el6_6.7 Size : 4.0 M Repo : installed From repo : updates Summary : A general purpose cryptography library with TLS implementation URL : License : Open SSL Description : The Open SSL toolkit provides support for secure communications between : machines.
Open SSL includes a certificate management tool and shared : libraries which provide various cryptographic algorithms and : protocols.
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/usr/include/linux/*, as (I think) he did not understand me. He really meant that you should not use the kernel headers: You should use the headers that glibc came with.
It is probably a Red Hat bug that those headers were a symbolic link.
The leading edge (development trunk) version of the system will be the "master".
No configuration files in are changed by this process. Pretty much every distribution still has that broken symlink, and people still remember that the linux sources should go into "/usr/src/linux", even though that hasn't been true in a time.Is there some documentation file that I've not updated, and that people are slavishly following outdated information in?I would suggest that people who compile new kernels should: time.But those headers were what glibc was compiled against, so those headers are what matches the library object files.