Re: Don't use gcc 2.95 with 2.2.x kernels, revisted
That is definately possible, I know it is possible to have multiple gcc's
running on you system, but I don't know how you can do it... try HOWTO's
and manpages, that should let you know how.
Linux meets Southpark:
- Oh my god, they killed init!
- You bastard!!
On Sat, 12 Feb 2000, Pollywog wrote:
> Would it be possible to go back to an older gcc without breaking my system?
> I have a slink CD so I probably have something older if it would work.
> > Compilers
> > This code is intended to build with gcc 2.7.2 and egcs
> > 1.1.2. Patches for building with gcc 2.95 are merged but less tested
> > than other compilers. Caution is recommended when using gcc 2.95 and
> > feedback is sought.
> > ---
> > so the kernel developers will no longer blow off bug reports if the
> > compiler used was 2.95, in fact they now welcome bug reports related
> -> to compiler issues.
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