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SubjectRe: PATCH: gcc3.0.2 workaround for 8139too
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On Sun, 2001-11-25 at 16:37, Rene Blokland wrote:
> cd d*/n*
> sh ../../foo
> cd /linux
> make
> There you go!

ok, i haven't tested this and don't even know if this works here. i for
now belive that it will work but that error has a _reason_ to happen for
some unknown issues. i'd better go for a cleaner solution right now then
forcing some crashes that _may_ happen because of borked _assembly_ code
that may be generated..

what i am thinking now (and i may be wrong). let's say i compile it your
way everything will be fine no visible errors and so on. now i use that
driver. everything works but under certain circumstances it may jump
into that CASE and crash because the compilers wasn't able to create a
clean code for it.

at least it was a quick solution to solve my personal needs that i
wanted to share with others maybe people not so involved into fixing
stuff.

but thank you. i will try this one out as soon as i update my kernel :)

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