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Re: Compiling a kernel that works

>When I try to compile a kernel and then boot it I get this:
>Boot device: disk  File and args:                                               
>SILO boot:                                                                      
>Uncompressing image...                                                          
>Memory Address not Aligned                                                      
>I've tried gcc-2.95, gcc-3.2 and gcc-3.3 and kernel 2.4.20 and 2.4.21
>It's an Sun X1 system.

Which version of Debian do you run? If you're running stable you
should use the egcs64 package to compile your kernels. In any other
case use gcc-3.2.3 (announced recently by BenC). However, since I've
never touched an X1 there may be other issues.


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