On Sun, Mar 24, 2002 at 09:55:29AM +0100, Harald Dunkel wrote: > Hopefully this is not one of the oh-no-not-again questions. > I am not a package maintainer, so please forgive me. > > What are your plans regarding a migration to gcc-3.x? > > I know that gcc-3.0 is in Unstable. But is anybody using it > to compile Debian packages? I specifically use it for everything but until woody is released. Once that happens I will use it exclusively. Anything that doesn't work with it will then need to be fixed. It should not be used for woody packages. -- Joseph Carter <email@example.com> Certified free software nut <knghtbrd> Solver_: add users who should be messing with sound to group audio.. Make sure the devices are all group audio (ls -l /dev/dsp will give you the fastest indication if it's probably set right) and build a kernel with sound support for your card <knghtbrd> OR optionally install alsa source and build modules for that with make-kpkg <knghtbrd> OR (not recommended) get and install evil OSS/Linux evil non-free evil binary only evil drivers---but those are evil. And did I mention that it's not recommended?
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