Thanks very much for your replies and the valuable
I am still not sure about the following:
1. Is this problem related only to kernels
downloaded from linux-mips.org or it is a more general
2. Can someone point to a known to work 64 bit
versions of gcc and binutil for BCM1250 (the problem
that started this thread was actually a problem of the
mip64-linux-ld I was using).
--- David Daney <email@example.com> wrote:
> Maciej W. Rozycki wrote:
> > On Wed, 18 May 2005, David Daney wrote:
> >>I saw this with a 32 bit kernel (for a 32 bit
> target). As far as I know, no
> >>2.4.x kernels from linux-mips.org will work with
> gcc 3.4.x.
> > That could actually be true -- I've been using
> GCC 4.0.0 for quite some
> > time now (that includes CVS snapshots from before
> the release), so I have
> > no slightest idea whether it's OK to use older
> versions. ;-)
> >>I have previously posted patches to this list that
> fixed the problem for me.
> >>Specifically I think the messages in this thread
> are relevant:
> > Hasn't one of the proposed fixes for the bug made
> its way to Linux in the
> > end? That would be regrettable...
> WRT the 2.4 kernel the answer seems to be no. And
> yes I think it is
> If anybody thinks it would be useful, I could post
> my current patch again.
> David Daney.
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