On Thu, Jun 16, 2005 at 10:54:43AM +0100, Philippe De Swert wrote:
> Basically 2.4.18 code is too old to compile as is with gcc 3.3.4. The
> assembler code needs to be inlined with a different syntax. Just look at
> similar files to see how it is done.
Not true. Gcc 3.3 is probably even is the most commonly used compiler
with 2.4-based systems. Builds with gcc 3.4 will fail for some 2.4
kernel configurations but at the very least throw loads of warnings.
> As a quick hint here is some code to show how it should look like.
> Notice the \n and \t parts. You are probabely missing those.
Actually more and more code it being formatted using tabs instead of the
\t escape sequence for readability.