On Tue, Apr 17, 2001 at 12:37:19PM +0100, Brendan Kehoe came forth with:
> > > So when I want to recompile my kernel, what version of the compiler shoudl I
> > > be using, and where can I get it?
> > > 405Mb......
>> In the (new) thread on RH7.1 on slashdot, someone from redhat says that since
> they've moved to a 2.4 kernel, the kgcc reliance is gone since the kernel code
> that was incorrect for the newer compiler has been revised to be valid, and
> thus the compiler lets it yield correct code.
>so if I understand you correctly, 2.4 will compile fine, but 2.2 will
probably be broken?
(that said, downgrading would probably be a bad thing.. I assume Ded Rat
think that 2.4.whatever-redhat-patch-level has no major problems?)
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