From: Kevin O' Riordan (kor at domain compsoc.com)
Date: Fri 27 Sep 2002 - 17:14:02 IST
On Setting Orange, the 51st day of Bureaucracy, Laur Ivan muttered:
> If memory helps, this is to compile some assembly language files.
> Probably the old "as" could generate binaries, thus the -c (compile?)
> option. Probably is safe to remove the "-c" altogether.
Tried it, got:
/home/kor/linux/linux/include/linux/string.h:388: Can't find a register in class `CREG' while reloading `asm'.
init/main.c: In function `start_kernel':
init/main.c:357: Can't find a register in class `AREG' while reloading `asm'.
/home/kor/linux/linux/include/linux/string.h:123: Can't find a register in class `CREG' while reloading `asm'.
make: *** [init/main.o] Error 1
> ...interesting someone is compiling linux 1.0 these days :)
curiosity, boredom, etc. :) Ah, I'll poke at it again on monday.
have a good weekend
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