I think Redhat might argue that the kernel developers have been shipping
broken code for a long time and that Redhat's gcc is considerably less
broken than most other distros' compilers, especially when it comes to C++
On Fri, Apr 20, 2001 at 12:29:15PM +0000, Ivan Kelly wrote:
> To compile the kernel on RH7 you have to change from gcc to kgcc. Redhat
> knowingly shipped a broken compiler with RH7 but included kgcc aswell
> which works.
> RH sux
> Slackware Forever
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