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    SubjectRe: lots of 2.2.4 oopses
    On Wed, Mar 24, 1999 at 07:39:51PM +0000, Linus Torvalds wrote:
    > I would _much_ prefer it if you could try to compile 2.2.4 with
    > gcc-2.7.2. We now have two reports of an oops like this, and in both
    > cases egcs was used as the compiler. And egcs is doing alias analysis
    > these days - and following the ANSI rules about aliases is something
    > that we haven't validated that the kernel is doing correctly (and that's
    > assuming that egcs is bug-free, which is obviously also a potential
    > issue).

    -fno-strict-aliasing will turn this optimization off.


    r~

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