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Re: problem compiling v2.2.19

On Thu, Oct 11, 2001 at 11:26:15AM +0200, Moritz Bunkus wrote:
> Hello list.
> On my Ultra1 I installed potato and dist-upgraded to woody. Now I want
> to compile a kernel (which I've done a million times over on my x86 so
> I know what I'm doing :-)).
> The first thing I found out is that I need gcc-3.0-sparc64 and
> therefore can't compile with gcc-2.95... Is that right? Unfortunately
> gcc-3.0 drops out compiling init/main.c with a lot of warnings and the
> sole error message 'cc1: invalid option "medlow"'.

Remove gcc-3.0-sparc64 and install egcs64.

You cannot use gcc-2.95, since it is not capable of compiling 64-bit
code, which is needed for sparc64 kernels.


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