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From Andrew Wilson <and...@tees.elsevier.co.uk>
Subject Re: MAXHOSTNAMELEN
Date Tue, 12 Sep 1995 17:15:50 GMT
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> >Interesting.  So what does that version of Linux have defined?
> 
> Unless you define OLD_LINUX, it's not defined at all.  Anywhere.

Mmm, as I read it

	sys/param.h

includes

	linux/param.h

which includes

	asm/param.h

which contains the line:

	#define MAXHOSTNAMELEN  64      /* max length of hostname */

so basically, linux is cool for sys/param.h.  So I'll base my patch on this
assumption, and if it br0kes then, as you rightly say, someone else
will supply a patch for it.

> <Aram>

Cheers,
Ay.

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