I've a problem with Linux and GCC. When I compile some larger programs
(most often the kernel), I always get one of the following messages:
Internal compiler error, got signal 11.
... the compiler stops and the system dies some seconds later.
Good. This processor honors WP bit even in supervisor mode. Kernel panic
... and the system crashes
A processor dump and some 'general fault' message
... and crash
My setup is : an AMD 386DX40 (ETEQ chipset) 64k cache, 8MB memory, ISA bus
I'm using SLS 1.03 with kernel pl13q and GCC 2.4.5
I think this is a motherboard failure, and I suspect there's something with
the 386 paging mechanism.
Could someone explain me exaclty what these messages mean, and tell if I
really have to replace my motherboard or it can be only a kernel bug?