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    SubjectRe: [INFO] gcc versions used to compile a kernel
    On 13 Oct 2003 at 21:50, Stef van der Made wrote:

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    > Dear Sebastian,
    >
    > This is very interesting as I've been compiling kernels with GCC 3.2.0
    > and higher since the first beta I compiled. I've never had the issues
    > that you are describing with kernel 2.5.70 and higher and 2.6.0 test 1>
    > 6. This most likly is a machine related problem. Which Linux distibution
    > are you using and how uptodate is the rest of the machine.
    >
    I'm using a SuSE 8.20 distribution (kernel 2.4.20). The system is
    regularly updated with SuSE online update. The only things I changed
    are:
    mdadm v1.3.0
    gcc 2.95.3


    Mit freundlichen Gruessen/Best regards,
    Sebastian Piecha

    EMail: spi@gmxpro.de

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