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SubjectRe: kernel 2.4-22 won't compile...
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Adrian Bunk schrieb am Sonntag, 30. November 2003 04:40:
> On Wed, Nov 26, 2003 at 05:34:23PM +0100, rgx wrote:
> > hi there,
>
> Hi Ralf,

Hello Adrian :)
> ...
> #
> # Automatically generated by kcmlinuz: don't edit
> #
> ...
>
> <-- snip -->
>
>
> WTF is kcmlinuz???

It's a GUI for selecting what to include for compiling a kernel that
integrates in the KDE control center. Like make configmenu (IIRC)
>
>
> I bet your problems will be gone if you run "make oldconfig" before
> "make bzImage"...

I did "make oldconfig", and then I selected my personal hardware.
Nope, it was the gcc that caused the trouble. I found gcc-2.95 on my
machine, too, and changed the link of /usr/bin/gcc to this version.
Then the kernel compiled! It was just to large - now I put most drivers
to modules - mh, and get some other errors, but let this be another
thread :)

Just have to find out how to pipe stdout and stderr simultanously into
ONE log file. something like "make bzImage 1&2>logfile"

Thanx for replying
Regards
Ralf
>
> > Thanks for any hints
> > Regards
> > Ralf
>
> cu
> Adrian

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