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    SubjectRe: Compile errors: RCPCI, LANE, and others
    On Tue, 2 Jan 2001, J Sloan wrote:
    > Alan Cox wrote:
    >
    > > Bzzt, wrong. Red Hat 7 compiles the 2.4 tree beautifully with gcc 2.96 as well.
    > > Please grow up.
    >
    > Yes indeed - on my quad CPU Red Hat 7 server, I accidentally
    > forgot to say CC=kgcc during the last kernel build, and ended
    > up with a gcc-2.96 built kernel. I decided to let it run and see
    > what happens - It's been up and running -test12 for about 20
    > days now, solid as a rock.

    Same here, forgot to do CC=kgcc when compiling 2.4-prerelease and my PIII
    box is running happily (only 1.5 days uptime at the point but...) Compiled
    with the errata gcc 2.96.

    - Panu -

    >
    > My home system, an AMD k6, likewise is very very happy
    > running 2.4.0-prerelase compiled with gcc 2.96
    >
    > jjs
    >
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