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kernel compilation on mac68k


This week I installed potato on my Performa 475. Now I'd like to
compile a custom kernel. I noticed that the boot floppies installed
kernel 2.2.10, compiled with gcc

Should I install gcc272, too, or can I use the standard gcc package
(currently at 2.95.2) to compile the kernel? Is 2.2.10 + m68k-patch
the kernel version I should use, or is there a later, reasonably
stable (on mac68k) version out there?


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