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SubjectRe: Good luck when RedHat 7.0 comes out (was RE: test5 oops after kswapd)...
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>>>>> "Lee" == I Lee Hetherington <ilh@sls.lcs.mit.edu> writes:

Lee> Jes Sorensen wrote:
>> Thats totally irrelevant, gcc-2.95.2 whether it's considered a
>> release or not is unable to compile the 2.2.x kernels - well known
>> issue that will not get fixed. One should not do that it's as
>> simple as that.

Lee> I have been compiling 2.2 with gcc 2.95 for nearly a year now
Lee> without any kernel-related problems. Shame on me.

And your point is?

gcc 2.9x is known to have problems with 2.2 - if you see no problems,
good for you but don't come running if something breaks.

It's not supported and it has been stated over and over again.

Jes

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