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From: mal...@csli.stanford.edu (Rob Malouf)
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Subject: linux.h omission
Date: 12 Jun 1993 22:46:20 -0400
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SYSV IPC is standard a standard part of Linux since version 0.99pl10,
and is a very common addition to previous versions.  You might want to
add these two lines to linux.h so that emacsserver and emacsclient
work properly:

	#define LIBS_MACHINE -lipc
	#define HAVE_SYSVIPC

Thanks.

Rob Malouf
mal...@csli.stanford.edu

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