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RE: [bluetooth-dev] Linux Distributions
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matthew Palmer [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2001 01:34
> To: Peter Kjellerstedt
> Cc: Frank Wöhrle; email@example.com
> Subject: RE: [bluetooth-dev] Linux Distributions
> On Mon, 5 Mar 2001, Peter Kjellerstedt wrote:
> > > All distros should work fine, as long as they don't have major
> > > general breakages (such as RH 7's interesting pre-alpha GCC)
> > > and you've installed the appropriate packages.
> > For the record, I use RH7 and I would not consider gcc-2.96-RH a
> > major general breakage. Actually, if you want maximum compatibility
> I thought the problem was with the pre-3.0 alpha thingo.
Well, gcc-2.96-RH is a snapshot of the development version of gcc,
which will lead to gcc-3.0. It is not officially supported by the
gcc developers. However, it is officially supported by RedHat.
> > you should probably use CC=kgcc on newer RH or Mandrake distros,
> > and CC=gcc272 (if I remember correctly) on Debian as that is the
> > compiler the distributed kernel was compiled with.
> I don't think 2.4 kernels are compiled with gcc272, since
> that hasn't been required since some very old version of
> the kernel.
Well, I am not sure about Debian, as I use RedHat myself. However,
RH does not have a 2.4.x kernel in their distribution yet (except
for the Wolverine beta). So on Woverine I would expect kgcc to be
whatever compiler they used to compile the kernel (most likely
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