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SubjectRe: Very old kernel.
On Tue, Oct 16, 2001 at 03:39:06AM -0700, Kirill Ratkin wrote:
> Hi. Do anybody know how to compile old kernel? (I need
> to compile 2.0.35 verion). I make config and make dep,
> when I do it I see error (during make dep). I found
> this problem as bus error in mkdep binary. I tried to
> take config scripts from 2.4.x kernel and it's ok but
> when I tried to compile I saw many error connected
> with asm statement and function type prefixes (like
> __constant_memcopy). I wouldn't like to install old
> gcc and old binutils. Are there ways to compile old
> kernel with new dev. tools?

The __asm__ in v2.0.xx won't compile with too new binutils (unless you
use v2.0.40-pre[12], where I've fixed this), and a new gcc will
miscompile the x86 port at least.


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