On Mon, 2003-01-20 at 04:39, Seth Mos wrote:
> At 09:04 20-1-2003 +0100, Simon Matter wrote:
> >Seth Mos schrieb:
> > > The i686 build fails at the moment but so you will have to do with the
> > > kernel-source rpm instead. The i686 build will follow later.
> >Well, I had the same problem when I created such kernel rpms in the past
> >(on RedHat 7.2). I finally was able to compile all of them like this:
> >In the .spec, I changed this:
> >%define buildUML 0
> I already disabled the UML build. It fails with an internal compiler error
> on my fast 7.1 box. I am now compiling on my testbox which is a single PIII
> 450 with 256MB ram. So yes it it still compiling here and I suspect for a
> few more hours.
Any time I've had "internal compiler error", it's been a hardware
problem. ie bad heatsing or memory. I suggest running memtest86.com's
> >Then, it's important to call the build processs for every architecture
> >at once, like this:
> >rpm -ba --target "i386,i586,i686,athlon" kernel....src.rpm
> >or, maybe it was rpm -ba --target=i386,i586,i686,athlon
> >depending on RPM version.
> Hmm, I built the i386 only on my first go. That was enough to get me the
> kernel-source rpm.
> >I'll try it but I don't have a fast box to compile.
> It might just be your lucky day, if you only knew.
Jeremy Jackson <jerj@xxxxxxxxxxxx>