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SubjectRe: Where did kgcc go in 2.4.0-test10 ?
On Wed, Nov 01, 2000 at 02:47:21PM -0800, David S. Miller wrote:
> kgcc is a redhat'ism.
>
> Debian has it too.

Debian doesn't have a kgcc, it's a gcc272, which is described as
follows:

"This is the old version of the GNU C compiler's C part. It should only be
used for backward compatibility purposes."

i don't have the gcc272 package installed under Debian, and i use the
standard compiler that comes with Debian (2.95.2) and it works fine on Intel
and Alpha for compiling 2.4 and 2.2, so there :P

<rant mode="flame">
This whole stupid 'kgcc' thing is yet another in a long line of really
dumb things that RedHat has done and it's just another reason i'm glad i
switched from RedHat to Debian.
<rant mode="off">

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Nathan Paul Simons, Junior Software Engineer for FSMLabs
http://www.fsmlabs.com/
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