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SubjectRe: So, what about kwhich on RH6.2?
On Thu, 4 Jan 2001, Albert D. Cahalan wrote:

>>>> can't we just hardwire `kgcc' into the build system and be done
>>>> with all this kwhich stuff? It's just a symlink....
>>>
>>> And break compilation on all non RedHat 7, non connectiva systems ?
>>> Would you volunteer to handle the support load on l-k that would cause?
>>
>> Hardcoding kgcc is definitely not an option.
>
>Creating symlinks during the build would solve the problem.
>
>/usr/src/linux/kern-cc -> /usr/bin/kgcc
>/usr/src/linux/user-cc -> /usr/bin/gcc

But who builds kernels in /usr/src anymore, or as root for that
matter... ;o)


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