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PG 7.0.3SuSE7-1: /usr/include/pgsql/os.h points to nowhere

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Subject: PG 7.0.3SuSE7-1: /usr/include/pgsql/os.h points to nowhere
Date: 2001-03-10 14:37:04
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Ivan Baldo (ivan(dot)baldo(at)pilasnet(dot)com) reports a bug with a severity of 3
The lower the number the more severe it is.

Short Description
PG 7.0.3SuSE7-1: /usr/include/pgsql/os.h points to nowhere

Long Description
/usr/include/pgsql/os.h in PostgreSQL 7.0.3 packaged for SuSE 7.0 in its version -1 (version of package), points to a file ".././include/port/linux.h" that doesn't exist. Overwriting that symlink with the file "src/include/port/linux.h" located in the source tarball solves the problem.

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