Thanks fridon, actually my intent was to know include path only in Makefile as you have sggested, just that its a driver module Makefile. I have another problem now, the unistd.h is a user space file and I need the kernel space equivalent of it which I think is impelemented by the wait function. What is the include file for it.

Include unistd.h Library In Linux. sleep() function is provided by unistd.h library which is a short cut of Unix standard library. We can include this library as below. #include Include windows.h Library In Windows. If we are writing an application which will run on the windows platform we should include windows.h library like below. unistd.h source code [include/unistd.h] - Woboq Code Browser * POSIX Standard: 2.10 Symbolic Constants 20 */ 21: 22 # ifndef _UNISTD_H: 23: #define _UNISTD_H 1: 24: 25: #include 26: 27 __BEGIN_DECLS: 28: 29 /* These may be used to determine what facilities are present at compile time. 30: Their values can be obtained at run time from `sysconf'. */ 31: 32 # ifdef __USE_XOPEN2K8: 33 Downloading File /include/unistd.h - LinuxID - OSDN Free download page for Project LinuxID's unistd.h.LinuxID is capable of identifying your distro, getting what it's based on and every detail related to it. So it could print "Linux Mint 16 Petra", and then all its details and its base OS: "Ubun

header-only Windows implementation of the header - win32ports/unistd_h

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Introduction. MinGW is a native Win32 port of the open source GNU Compiler Collection, and can be used to write applications targeting Windows in languages such a C and C++ (see the MinGW web site for further details of the supported programming languages). MinGW also supports cross compilation, for example allowing you to build Windows applications using a Linux based system.

C Programming/POSIX Reference/unistd.h/fork - Wikibooks Apr 16, 2020 Replacement for <unistd.h>, <sys/wait.h> and <signal.h> in Jun 19, 2009 unistd.h Source File Nov 29, 2003