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    SubjectRe: what version of gcc can be used to build kernels on Linux/sparc64?
    Hi,

    On Tue, 30 Jul 2002, Miguel A Bolanos wrote:
    > Just use egc64 if its only for the kernel, or if you want to for the
    > kernel and some packages use gcc3

    Problems:

    egcs64: fails to compile 2.5 for me, because it doesn't support the
    current syntax
    gcc3.1: 1 unexpected failure is not too bad, but 25 unexpected successes
    aren't too encouraging...

    Thunder
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