On Wed, 2002-05-22 at 23:52, David S. Miller wrote:
> If you want the 'u64' type, define __KERNEL__. That is what
> every platform does, protect the types without underscores with
> a __KERNEL__ ifdef.
In asm-sparc64/processor.h (2.4.18), in thread_struct structure, there
are 3 fields:
u64 *user_cntd0, *user_cntd1;
u64 kernel_cntd0, kernel_cntd1;
which are defined without #ifdef __KERNEL__ . I guess, this is a bug,
which needs fixing.
You shouldn't be including such kernel headers from userspace.
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