Re: compiler broken
Philip Blundell wrote:
> In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Peter Naulls writes:
> >You don't say what kernel you're using, but the current GCC certainly
> >has a problem on 2.2.16-rmk3 kernels. You could try 2.4, or downgrade
> >GCC as Phil suggested.
> I'm pretty confident the kernel isn't at fault here. But, if people want to
> try, there are 2.2.18 and 2.4.1 packages for netwinder and RiscPC in the lkab
> output directory on ftp.armlinux.org.
Interesting, I'm using an older gcc (from potato I think, not gcc-2.95 anyway)
with libc6 2.2.1 and kernel 2.3.99-pre8-rmk1 and it just built the latest
openssh just fine. :-)
Oh- and using CXX=g++-2.95 with the old gcc allowed db to build successfully
too, though I noticed afterward that binaries already existed, and got those
(rather than have to possibly debug a mixed-compiler problem :-).
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