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Re: how do i compile the userland,kernel with gcc34?


From: "Erik Wikstrm" <erik-wikstrom@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2005 23:20:44 +0200

"daniel olsson" <d.ubuntu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:4251ac07$0$716$415eb37d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> how do i compile the userland,kernel with gcc34? gcc2 is standard i see
i'äm
> running stable
>
> /Daniel Olsson

With no guarantee of being correct...
Create the file /etc/make.conf (if you haven't got it already) and add this:

CCVER?=gcc34

Notice the ?-make, it's to make sure that some thing will still use gcc 2.95
to insure stability, the kernel is one of those things. You can take a look
in /etc/defaults/make.conf for more things to add.

--
Erik Wikström





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