H. Peter Anvin wrote:
> Gabriel C wrote:
>>>> BITS_PER_LONG was originally set in <asm/types.h>:
>>>> 39 #ifdef CONFIG_X86_32
>>>> 40 # define BITS_PER_LONG 32
>>>> 41 #else
>>>> 42 # define BITS_PER_LONG 64
>>>> 43 #endif
>>> User land does not know anything about 'CONFIG_X86_32' right ?
> Wait... this is *user mode* code at this point?
> Linux kernel headers aren't includable from user space without
> processing them through "make headers_install".
> However, from looking at the filenames in your list, it doesn't look
> like userspace code at all (although they're wrappered to the degree
> that it's somewhat hard to tell.) Thus, you're building a kernel
> module, not userland.
Hmm right is building an kernel modules.
>> That is the problem. I've changed the headers virtualbox need from
>> #ifdef CONFIG_X86_32 to #ifdef __i386__ and all compiled fine.
>> ( subarch headers includes are changed manually still but I think it is the same problem )
>> Also all the headers got these defines with CONFIG_X86_32 does not work.
>> #ifdef CONFIG_X86_32
>> # include "foo_32.h"
>> # include "foo_64.h"
>> results in including both header files on my i686 box.
>> I don't know what the right way is to fix that , define some who CONFIG_X86_32 to __i386__ ? or just s/CONFIG_X86_32/__i386__/ ?
> It sounds like something is seriously broken in your setup, or in the
> VirtualBox makefiles. From the looks of it, I would say the latter.
> It would help to see how gcc is invoked, but your email message doesn't
> include any gcc invocations, and your "full error log" weblink is
> broken, so it's hard to say.
Sorry that box was down some hours I've tested some hardware.
Here is a full build log , virtualbox build against cfa76f024f7c9e65169425804e5b32e71f66d0ee :
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