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SubjectRe: 2.0.35 fails to run X with egcs-19980803.
On Sun, 16 Aug 1998, Rejean Turgeon wrote:

> i'm running the latest kernel and xwindows works perfectly for me..
>
> try typing SuperProbe before xconfig to see what you should use in your
> xconfig..
>
> when i had this erreur messages it was because my config where not correct
> and at the minute i found the correct setups it started to work.
>


I have the same case here. The FAQ mentioned that any kernel in 2.1.x
or 2.0 32+ series fixed the hack in ioport.c (according to FAQ). I have
2.0.35 and egcs-1.0.3a which works perfectly. The matter is that
egcs-19980803 doesn't work with 2.0.35. The optimization
used to compile ioport.c doesn't change at all, this gotta be the kernel's
problem (Jeffery Law said so).


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