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SubjectParse errors in 2.1.4

When compiling 2.1.4, I received this slew of errors. I tried both
patching up from 2.0.21, and a native install of the linux-2.1.4 source
tree from Funet.

GCC 2.7.2 is being used, with a system currently running 2.0.21. The
system is a P133 with 32MB RAM. The GCC 2.7.2 being used *is* one I
compiled myself, so I am interested to know whether the GCC distribution
itself is borked and didn't compile correctly. Personally, I don't think
it did.

[Even more errors]

ppp.c:2345: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2345: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2345: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2345: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2373: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2373: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2373: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2373: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2373: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2472: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2472: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2472: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2472: parse error before `)'
ppp.c:2472: parse error before `)'
make[2]: *** [ppp.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-2.1.4/drivers/net'
make[1]: *** [modules] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-2.1.4/drivers'
make: *** [modules] Error 2

I thought I'd ask here before I go looking for bugs in my GCC, in the off
and exceedingly rare chance that something like this got stuck in the
kernel.

Regards.



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