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Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2013 01:16:14 +0100
From: Laurent Bercot <>
Subject: linux/netlink.h

  Hello musl people,

  I'm trying out musl and I like it very much so far.
  The only thing that's stopping me for now is that I want to be able
to compile the s6-linux-utils package against musl; that package
contains the s6-devd utility, which reads the netlink for udev events
(so something like mdev can be spawned serially instead of having to
deal with parallelism when spawned from /proc/sys/kernel/hotplug).
Of course, the source code includes <linux/netlink.h>.

  Could you please add a minimal linux/netlink.h to mini-lkh ?
  I just need the following definitions:

  - struct sockaddr_nl
  - AF_NETLINK (already in sys/socket.h if I'm not mistaken)

  I'd submit a patch, but my kernel-fu is very weak, and I'm not sure
what to pull in and what not to, so I better leave it to the specialists.

  Thank you,

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