randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Apr 10 16:32:16 PDT 2006
I have been using a newer version (a release candidate) instead
of using a patched 1.0.7 and it works just fine. There's been a
whole slew of bug fixes, it seems mature and a full release
(1.0.8) is probably right around the corner.
1.0.7 is almost a year and a half old, the 1.0.8-rc4 is a few days
old. Many, many bug fixes. Of course, there is no GCC issue and
everything works just fine as best as I can tell.
A little bit of juggling would be required in the dependencies.
There is an open bug (though there is a patch to fix the bug)
about 1.0.7 and I'm thinking it may be better to go with the bug
fixed release candidate version (it is an rc4, this may end up
being the production release) instead of using a patched 1.0.7.
rmlscsi: [bogomips 1003.28] [GNU ld version 2.16.1] [gcc (GCC) 4.0.3]
[GNU C Library stable release version 2.3.6] [Linux 18.104.22.168 i686]
18:29:00 up 16 days, 6:06, 1 user, load average: 0.30, 0.33, 0.42
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