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Old 09-13-02, 06:49 AM   #1
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I've just upgraded the kernel from redhat-rawhide. It's been compiled with gcc3.2. Modules need to be compiled with the same version of the compiler so I installed gcc3.2 and tried to compile NVdriver which went ok. But insmod complains about NVdriver using gcc2 and kernel using gcc3. I think it's because of Module-nvkernel which is linked into NVdriver and which was compiled using gcc2 (or egcs)

any solution to this?
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Old 09-13-02, 07:54 AM   #2
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redhat installs a pathced version of modutils which perform theses checks.
until nvidia offers a gcc3.x compiled Module-nvkernel get the "official" modutils.

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