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    SubjectRe: 2.1.126 hangs at boot
    I think i'd found the "bug" ;-). 
    .../linux/arch/i386/kernel/time.c is largely rewriten.
    So when i compiled it with pgcc-2.91.57(egcs-1.1b) with -O6
    the kernel froze after "OK booting the kernel"
    But when time.c compiled with -O6 -fno-inline-functions all
    seems to be OK. The same is when time.c is compiled with
    -O6 but with gcc-2.7.2.3. I sill look for the exact asm
    line causing the hang. Just curious.

    Yes, it could be said that this is a compiler error.

    Petkan
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    Petko Manolov - petkan@varel.bg
    http://www.varel.bg/~petkan

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