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    SubjectRe: kernel compile in RH60
    Kastus Shchuka wrote:
    > Is it the right thing to do to use stock Red Hat
    > 6.0 egcs to compile kernel or is it better to fall back to gcc 2.7.2.3
    > (from Red Hat 5.2) for this purpose? I'm talking about Intel platform.

    Well, after massive metadata corruption on my /usr partition, I've
    installed gcc 2.7.2.3. Time will tell if egcs from RH60 was the cause of
    the corruption...

    -Tom

    PS - I'd recommend building and installing gcc 2.7.2.3 from source. That
    works fine and you can still use egcs if you want to.
    --
    Tom Eastep
    Compaq Computer Corporation
    Enterprise Computing Group
    Tandem Division
    tom.eastep@compaq.com

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