Per customer requirements, I installed CentOS 5.6 with the default kernel. With this kernel installed, the time.h file includes the
Now, a real-time kernel was installed along with the kernel-devel and our code would like to use
CLOCK_MONOTONIC_RAW. It does exist as a part of the kernel's header files, but when I compile our code, it does not find it in the standard userspace includes.
My question is, what is the proper procedure to including/replacing the
time.h found by default with the real-time kernel? From my research, it looks like symlinks are bad, so how should it be handled? What is the procedure or process? Upgrading to CentOS 6.0 or 5.7 is not an option per customer requirements.