> I'm running Linux on a AMD K6-2 350MHz 3DNow processor, and each time I
> try to compile something (with make) I recieve and error message, that I
> should rerun the make command. I'm pretty sure my jumper settings are ok
> (2,2V, and 100MHz bus x 3,5). What can I do to solve this problem ??
> Espen Tagestad
> espen (at) linpro no
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Seems everyone want's to find a hardware problem where there probably isn't one.
The K6-2 processor runs very well under Linux. In fact we have several workgroup
servers with K6-2's running SAMBA etc. 24 hours a day.
It sounds like the real problem is software configuration. Your installed
version of gcc make be old, or incompatible with the software you are trying to
compile. Or you may not have the full development package installed. You may
have missing or incompatible libraries, etc.
We have never had a problem with compiling software on the K6-2. Though we only
use SuSE. So if you have a different distribution, that may be the difference.
We used to use RH for everything till we realized it wasn't very good. We now
use SuSE on all our systems and haven't looked back. Nothing like fine german
Anyway, I seriously doubt you have any hardware problem. If you did the system
would be unstable. What kind of hardware problem could possibly keep only
compiling from working?!?
Christopher A. Gaul
*Dyne Systems, Inc.