[firstname.lastname@example.org: RE: [Openmosix-devel] Compiling vanilla 2.4.19 with gcc-3.1 / -3.2]
Could someone comment this issue?
Openmosix is a kernel patch for 2.4.19 we have also in archives.
----- Forwarded message from Moshe Bar <email@example.com> -----
Delivery-date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 11:32:29 +0200
Subject: RE: [Openmosix-devel] Compiling vanilla 2.4.19 with gcc-3.1 / -3.2
From: Moshe Bar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Tantive <email@example.com>
X-Original-Date: 31 Aug 2002 00:32:07 +0300
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There are many issues with > 3 gcc compilers. The whole inlining and
optimization and page aligning does strange things to operating systems
kernels. Even the standard Linux kernel is only guranteed to compile and
work properly with < 3.0 kernel.
On Sat, 2002-08-31 at 08:57, Tantive wrote:
> Hi All!
> >FROM: Moshe Bar
> >DATE: 08/28/2002 13:25:20
> >SUBJECT: RE: [Openmosix-devel] Compiling vanilla 2.4.19 with gcc-3.1 / -3.2
> >you have to compile with 2.96 or 2.95 or 2.91
> I am maintaining openmosix packages in gentoo (www.gentoo.org - a source based distribution).
> After upgrading to gcc-3.2 and several hours of pain i found the problem: openmosix won't compile.
> And i found the above quoted answer from Moshe Bar.
> As gentoo-linux is relatively fast in development and we are going to release
> Version 1.4 in the next days (which will be completely gcc-3.2 based) i'm not very happy with
> this answer.
> My questions is: Where is the problem that openmosix won't compile and when will it be fixed
> (or should we start fixing it on our own?)?
> Michael Imhof
> Gentoo devloper - openmosix maintainer
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Francesco P. Lovergine