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    Just a warning note to users out there:

    About two hours ago I recompiled 1.9.5 with gcc 2.8.1. Big mistake.
    The thing wouldnt even compile until I turned off all optimizations
    ("boot1.c:897: fixed or forbidden register was spilled.) So anyway once I
    finaly did compile and install it, everything starts coredumping and linux
    wont boot anymore. Turns it's corrupted for the most part and completely
    inoperative. Too bad i forgot to back up the old one (notice I said
    "two hours ago" heh.) Anyways either my system has issues or gcc 2.8.1
    does. I remember reading somewhere that turning off optimizations messes
    up asm if you dont explicitly specify -fasm.(corrections?) Maybe that was
    the problem...

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