Re: Arghh! Can't compile the kernel!
Subject: Arghh! Can't compile the kernel!
Date: Fri, Aug 04, 2000 at 10:43:30AM -0700
In reply to:Karl Matheson
Quoting Karl Matheson(firstname.lastname@example.org):
> I finally got Slink installed and running on my new computer, but I need
> more help. When I try to compile the kernel, I got the following errors (I
> think when it's almost done):
> kernel is compiling fine
> xdr.c: In function 'nlmsvc_decode_lockargs':
> xdr.c:271: internal error--unrecognizable insn:
> (jump_insn 1127 1123 1128 (return) -1 (nil)
> gcc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 6
Have you tried re-running the make after this error?
If you did and it gets past that error and then fails somewhere
else, you may have a hardware problem.
For more info do a google search on 'Signal 11 while compiling the
I was getting signal 11 errors and after reading the FAQ I slowed down
my AMD k2-200 to 166 and all is well. It may be that my memory is too
slow and/or the CPU. For now, running at 166Mhz is working fine.
The FAQ mentions similar errors with signal 4,6 & 7 and cures are
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