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SubjectRe: 2.4.2 kernel mount crash
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> > During the "make bzImage"step, I got bunch of this warning:
> > "pasting would not give a valid preprocessing token". then I just ignored

The pasting warning is harmless

> The above message is related to the version of gcc that you get with
> your copy of RedHat7. You might just want to use kgcc instead of gcc
> to compile your kernel.

kgcc or gcc 2.96-69 (2.96-74 for DAC960 due to a structure packing assumption
in DAC960)

> I used kgcc to compile the kernel, did not get any of the RH7 gcc warning messages
> and still am left with a not-so-stable mount.

Its certainly worth building with kgcc as well to make sure, and in this case
it looks like the problem is really in the kernel proper

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