Re: Kernel, modules and GCC format
It's the easiest to stick with the kernel versions available in the
Debian repository you are currently running, for example Debian
Just remove the gcc link towards gcc-4.0 and create a new symbolic link
towards gcc-3.3, the one used to compile the kernel 2.6.11 provided
currently in testing repository.
Later on, when a newer kernel (compiled with gcc-4.0) arrives in
testing, you can re-create the symbolic link from gcc towards gcc-4.0.