On July 5, valen at tuatha.org said:
> I've a development server with a standard 7.1 install on it.
>> I want to upgrade the kernel. I'm thinking of just taking the redhat 7.3
> 2.4.18 kernel, and rebuilding it on the box. The SRPM requires a modutils
> upgrade (never any harm) and a gcc upgrade - from 2.96 (20000731) to
> "gcc >= 2.96-98".
Here's a link on the supposedly-but-not-actually broken GCC shipped
with RedHat, which among other things gives you some nice tips about
correctly coding in C: http://www.redhat.com/advice/speaks_gcc.html
This may help your decision.
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