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Old 07-26-03, 04:22 AM   #1
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Unhappy Turning off GCC check

How do you turn of the gcc check?

the error log says something like IGNORE_CC_MISMATCH, but how does this flag work?
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IGNORE_CC_MISMATCH is an environment variable you can set. For example:
export IGNORE_CC_MISMATCH=1.

It can be really dangerous to use this option. Before using it check using which gcc version your kernel was build: cat /proc/version
Then check what the current gcc version is you are using:
gcc -v.

If the version numbers match you can use the option. (if the kernel was build using gcc 3.2 and your current is 3.3 it likely works fine) Else if your kernel was build using gcc 2.9x and you current is gcc 3.x you really can't use the cc_mismatch option.
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