> On Tuesday 23 July 2002 14:48, Oliver Pitzeier wrote:
> > [ ... ]
> > > You have made me aware that we have unintentionally created a
> > > private sort of club. I apologize. This will have to be corrected.
> > That's not what I expected to read...
> > I think that this "private club" is not wrong at all... It just would
> > be nicer if there would be some kind of batch every week where all
> > alpha users/developers get a mail...
> I agree. We should send a weekly e-mail with the current status.
I did not see any news on the alpha/linux topic in lkml lately.
What is the way to keep in touch with the "private club" to help/
assist in getting further to a running 2.5.x kernel on alpha? I
am still on 2.4.18 on my test system.
Did anybody use gcc-3.0.x or gcc-3.1? With gcc-3.0.4 I
successfully built 2.4.18 but some applications don't run
correctly (eg. MySQL -> Parser). Is the kernel compilable
with gcc-3.1? Today I am using gcc-2.95.3 and I think is
ok; better than egcs (generates less unaligned traps at
runtime without changing the source).
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