about adding stdio.h to Makefile of hostap

Nazeer Khan Nazeer.Khan at nicta.com.au
Sun Jul 22 21:43:29 EDT 2007


On Mon, July 23, 2007 1:53 am, YAN HE said:
> Hello, All,
>
> I changed hostap_80211_rx.c of hostap-driver-0.4.9 to support my own
> application. After I added "#include <stdio.h>", the program cannot be
> compiled successfully on Fedora 4 (Kernel 2.6.11). The error message shows
> that the file stdio.h is not found. Because this header file is under
> /usr/include, I added "CFLAGS += -I/usr/include" to Makefile. I also tried
> changing "INCLUDES=-I$(KERNEL_PATH)/include" to "INCLUDES=-I/usr/include
> -I$(KERNEL_PATH)/include". But stdio.h is still not found in either case.
> I did not find similar problems in the archive of hostap. Would you give
> me any advice if you have any idea? The Makefile of hostap-driver-0.4.9 is
> attached.

The user space libraries cannot be used for kernel space drivers.

I am not sure how to do that.

>
> Thank you very much.
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