Re: [Openswan CVS] openswan-2/linux/net/ipsec addrtot.c,1.16,1.17
mcr at sandelman.ottawa.on.ca
Mon Sep 20 00:53:28 CEST 2004
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>>>>> "CaT" == CaT <cat at zip.com.au> writes:
CaT> If I understand this right, openswan only wants to define its
CaT> strstr if the kernel it's being compiled for doesn't have one
CaT> already supplied. If so then __HAVE_ARCH_STRSTR would be the
CaT> appropriate thing to check for rather then KERNEL_HAS_STRSTR,
>> Thanks. I appreciate knowing about that symbol. I didn't know
>> about it. Where is it defined?
CaT> In include/asm-i386/string.h for example. Not all arches have
CaT> it defined but a few do.
CaT> With the change btw, the kernel compiled.
Using __HAVE_ARCH_STRSTR doesn't work on UML.
It appears that the strstr.c from arch/i386/lib/strstr.c doesn't get
compiled. I tried to get it compiled, but I seem to be missing some
symbol table magic. (Adding EXPORT_SYMTAB(strstr) to the file didn't
Any ideas on this?
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