Re: 2.4.15 and GNU 3.0.2
Sinisa Milivojevic (email@example.com)
Tue, 27 Nov 2001 13:47:04 +0200
David Ford writes:
> That really depends on what sort of system you are running it on.
> Out of five computers I build kernels for at home here, one of them has
> an AMD K6II processor in it and that is the only one that I need to use
> gcc 2.95.3 with. The rest I use 3.0.x and they are quite stable. I
> just did a round of updates to 2.5.1p, but their prior uptimes were
> between 30 and 80 days.
> I'm not saying 3.0.2 is perfect, for sure it isn't. I'm saying that in
> some situations it can certainly be used.
> Every compiler has issues, for some projects I have to use 3.0.2, some I
> have to use 2.95.3. You keep notes on what works best and go with it.
I have PIII.
But I also have Ethernet, which seems to be causing problems in
I will try 2.4.16 this weekend.
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