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SubjectRe: Where is it written?
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On Sat, 11 Nov 2000 23:36:42 -0600 (CST), 
Peter Samuelson <peter@cadcamlab.org> wrote:
>You mean trivial changes to understand the ELF magic number for a
>riscoid-ABI x86 object. (You wouldn't lie to the linker and call them
>SysV objects, now, would you?) Also gdb and libbfd need to know about
>stack frames. Admittedly none of this is strictly necessary just to
>link and boot a kernel.

Any ABI change needs to be externalised for modules. Otherwise symbol
versions will not detect that the kernel was compiled with -mregparm=3
but the module was compiled with parameters on stack. Good thing this
is 2.5 material.

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