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SubjectRe: What is up with Redhat 7.0?
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"Chris McClellen" <chrmcc@bellsouth.net> said:
> Their normal gcc is 2.96, which I'm sure you have heard 50,000 times now.
>
> RH7 also installs "kgcc" which is gcc 2.91.xx (the same gcc
> that comes with RH6.2).
>
> I believe if you set your CC to kgcc, you can possibly compile the kernel.
> However, I have not tried this yet. Has anyone else on this list tried
> it?

On i686 (RH 6.9.5) and SPARC (RH 6.2 + selected packages from 6.9.5
sources). Works fine with Alan's 2.2.18pre kernels, at least.
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