On Tue, Sep 18, 2001 at 07:14:47PM +0200, Seth Mos wrote:
>At 12:40 18-9-2001 -0400, Alan Eldridge wrote:
>>I'm trying to configure my build system to make RPMS for one of our
>>comrades-in-XFS, and I've hit a big stumbling block.
>>RedHat's RPMS now build with gcc-2.96-74 or higher. Kgcc is probably going
>>to go away (I can find out I think). But you can't build an athlon kernel
>I can, altough it does not have as many optimizations. So I only think that
>the runtime speed would be affected. The linux kernel already knows what a
>Athlon processor is and what to do with it. I think this makes a larger
>difference then the compiler.
Umm, how? rpm --target athlon causes gcc to be invoked with -march=athlon,
which kgcc knows nothing about so it dies.
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