kernel gcc version doesn't match gcc I used
peter.backlund at home.se
Mon Nov 24 16:33:19 UTC 2003
> Would it work or be better to uninstall 'normal' gcc and create a link
> @ /usr/bin/gcc to /usr/bin/gcc32 so that I effectively have only one
> Or, is there some good reason to actually have both?
gcc 3.3 is the de facto default compiler for FC1, you want that. gcc 3.2
is included because gcc 3.3 is stricter in some areas (others can
elaborate here, or search the archives/google for details), so certain
packages (for example the kernel) won't build (properly) with gcc 3.3.
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