Kernel compilation with gcc 3.3
On Wed, Jul 16, 2003 at 11:54:04PM -0400, Matt Zimmerman wrote:
> My previous, working configuration was:
> alsa-driver 0.9.2-2
> kernel 2.4.20 (evms, skas, and a small usbnet patch)
> The broken configuration is:
> alsa-driver 0.9.4-1
> kernel 2.4.21 (evms, skas)
> The particular code where the crash happens (resample_expand) lies in a
> module which has not changed in a long time.
> This message:
> shows almost exactly the same stack trace in a 2.5.72 kernel, and says that
> it goes away if frame pointers are compiled into the kernel(?).
That message references a bug report:
which says that gcc 3.3 causes this problem, and the submitter confirms that
backing down to gcc 3.2 fixes it.
CCing debian-gcc with hope for more information. What is the safest Debian
compiler to use to build the kernel at this time?