On Tue, Apr 17, 2001 at 12:10:02PM +0100, Liam Bedford mentioned:
> > GCC 2.95.2. There are loads of versions on rpmfind.net that should do
> > you.
> surely kgcc is still there? And I thought that linus had included the
> use kgcc if it's there into the kernel?
If you install the GCC updates to 7.0, it'll erase the kgcc package..
> I know the debian guys were saying they'd have to do something similar
> eventually, because I don't think 3.0 is going to compile a 2.2 kernel
> ever (or something along those lines)
Ouch. And the 2.95 C++ is looking really antiquated these days.
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