Yeap, it was make mrproper what i had to do to make
the headache go away! It didn't even cross my mind it could
be that simple..
Thanx all of you guys
> > > I am really getting a hard time compiling the 2.4.14..
> > > My current system has a 2.4.13 (by patching all the way
> > > from 2.4.9), so I patched the sources, yes after make clean,
> > > make menuconfig, and make dep ; make bzImage, I get this
> > > message (during the compilation of vmlinux )
> > >
> > > Could someone give me some instruction on what could be
> > > the problem, and hopefully, how to fix it?
> > > Thanks in advance
> > too much patching can't be good...
> > you should get the sources of the 2.4.14 and you'll have less headaches
> If the patches are applied properly, and no rejects are noticed, then you
> should be able to patch as much as you want, and it will be the same as af
> downloading directly from kernel.org.
> Now, if there was a previous kernel compile, and then several patches
> applied, (say from 2.4.0 all the way up to 2.4.14...) then you'll probably
> have to run "make mrproper" as mentioned by Keith...
> If I've left anything out, please let me knwo...
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