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Kernel builds with gcc

Linux 2.4

The recommended compiler for building Linux 2.4 is gcc 2.95. New compilers upto gcc 3.3 have been used successfully to build the kernel however with gcc 3.4 there may be problems when certain configurations. With Linux 2.4 being in deep freeze mode we generally don't intend to fix such problems but rather recommend to use an older compiler for the kernel.

Linux 2.6

Any gcc version between 2.95 and 3.4 may be used and is fully supported. Gcc 4.0 is still considered experimental at this point so not recommended where reliability.

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