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SubjectRe: + gcc-4.1.1
On Tue, Jun 13, 2006 at 19:23:30 -0700, Russell Whitaker wrote:
> hi
> First, I did this:
> made kernel with cpu=486, gcc-3.3.6
> worked fine.
> Next, changed cpu to k6, all else same.
> worked fine.
> Then, after mrproper, rebuilt with gcc-4.1.1, no other changes.
> compiles ok, installs ok. But, when attempting to load a module, get
> the following message: version magic ' K6 gcc-4.1',
> should be ' 486 gcc-3.3'

Did you reboot with the kernel built with gcc 4.1.1? The gcc version in
/proc/version has to match the gcc version of the module you want to

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