I am having problems compiling the kernel with the Slackware Linux
version. I have kernel version 2.0 (purchased as the LINUX
Developer's Resorce). The make config, make dep, and make clean all
work fine. When I do make zImage it crashes in the middle of the
program. I usually get the error:
cpp: Output pipe has been closed.
gcc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
And then the compiling stops.
The file it is on when this happens varies. I have seen serial.c,
sys.c, and many others which I did not note.
I installed this version from scratch Monday and after not being able
to solve the problem I did a complete reinstall today. The problem
still persists. Before purchasing this disk set I was using an older
kerel which I had for over a year and the kernel would compile fine.
I have a 150mhx Pentium with 32 megs of ram. I have 2 hard drives
(Linux is the slave drive on IDE port 1 - a Western Digital 1 gig.)
All of my hardware seems to be detected fine.