> Now, here's my problem. When I try to compile
> the following progie:
>> #include <linux/cdrom.h>
>> int main(void)
> printf("Hello World!\n");
> return 0;
>> for example, I get a few hundred errors
> about "cdrom.h: parse error in before u_char......"
Does this surprise anyone? No.
Your program doesn't need <linux/cdrom.h>, for one, but <stdio.h>.
Secondly, <linux/cdrom.h> more than likely requires some other
includes. <sys/types.h> is a good guess, but you may need others, too.
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