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SubjectRe: start___kallsyms missing from i386 ?
On Tue, 2 Jan 2001, Keith Owens wrote:

> Some sparc users have a slightly older version of gcc, built shortly
> before 'weak' support was added, which required those symbols to be
> defined. Dave Miller thought the compiler problem was widespread
> enough to justify changing the source to suit the compiler instead of
> forcing sparc users to upgrade. I suspect that super-h has the same
> problem of old compilers, I noticed that somebody added the symbols to
> sh/

I played with weak symbols recently. Couldn't get them to work on SH or
MIPS, and gave up.


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