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SubjectRe: What is up with Redhat 7.0?
On Fri, 29 Sep 2000, David M. Rector wrote:

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> Has anyone tried Redhat 7.0 yet? What a mess.

No it's nor ;-)

> 1) It would not compile stock kernels out of the box. (ends at
> compress.S) with a fatal error.

Install the kgcc from the first CD. That one works much better and edit
the top Makefile to use "kgcc" for the c compiler

> 2) Trying to compile the kernel source for 2.2.16 that comes with the
> redhat disk (which is very different than the stock 2.2.16) causes my
> system come to a screeching halt, no messages, no errors, crashed solid.

Unable to reproduce... 2.2.17 compiles just fine.

> I have a Supermicro PIIIDME motherboard with a GeForce2 graphics card,
> adaptec 2940UW scsi and seagate UW 9 gig scsi drive.

Dell Optiplex Gx1+
PIII 450 6.4GB IDE 128MB

> Dave Rector
> *:^)

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