> -----Original Message-----
> From: Austin Gonyou [mailto:austin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: 5. december 2001 21:50
> To: Igor Lautar
> Cc: 'Christian, Chip'; Linux XFS (E-mail)
> Subject: RE: compilers
> This is not true. RH 7.1 gcc is not broke(as in can't compile
> code that runs), but there was an update to it which fixed
> certain issues. You definitely CAN compile kernels with that
> default gcc though that will boot. Will you have problems?
I was refering to that, just haven't been clear enough...
I had software that couldn't compile on gcc that comes with
rh7.1 ( that's default gcc, not updated ). I think one
of them was mplayer ( but not 100% sure ).
> ymmv. The best course of action is to either get gcc3, or
> update your current gcc from updates.redhat.com.
Now I use slackware 8 :)
just upgraded to 2.4.16 with xfs support and it works great...