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SubjectRe: What is up with Redhat 7.0?
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The install process for 7.0 includes the opportunity to install kgcc. If
you look at its description it tells you it is for kernel compiles. Use it.
It works. Quit complaining and RTFM sometime.

This list has enough traffic it should not have to suffer from people who
cannot RTFM.

{O.O}

----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Stone" <daniel@dustpuppy.ods.org>


> OK, but I can't leave without pointing out that having gcc 2.96 breaks
> compiling gcc 2.95.2. I've got Debian for my main machine and RH7 the other
> machine on my desk as well as a couple of other test boxen (have to be
> administered by clueless WinNT-type operators, so Debian was out), and RH7
> refuses to compile 2.2.17 or 2.4.0-test9-pre7. "Aha!" thinks Daniel, "I'll
> just recompile gcc 2.95.2 and all will be well!". No joy; it refuses to
> compile. Shame, since RH7 has improved dramatically in terms of supporting
> hardware RAID 5 as the root partition from RH6.2 (i.e. from not at all to
> working perfectly).


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