I believe this is referring to the linux.h in the linux kernel source
code. If you don't have the kernel source installed and can do so easily,
do it. If not, maybe someone else has a trick up their sleeve.
On Mon, 22 Jan 2001, Markus Jung wrote:
> Hi all,
> I installed Postgres with the SUSE distribution 7.0 and it works fine.
> However if I try to use the libpg++ library and link it to my C++ programm I
> receive some error message about the include file.
> The "libpg++.h" contains several other include files which again contain
> other include files. I went through the include files and came to a link
> called "os.h" which links to "linux.h".
> I could not find this "linux.h" on my system and was wondering whether this
> file should be part of my linux distribution or comes with Postgres?
> Where should I link os.h to?
> Thanks for the help
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