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Old 3rd November 2005, 18:39
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Default You're right!

I added a initrd line to my menu.lst, and it booted wonderfully - thanks a bunch! However, when compiling, I had installed the latest gcc (4.0) and g++, but it said it would use the earlier 3.3 version to compile the kernel. does this mean if I compile any modules (like the latest nvidia driver), they will use gcc/g++ 4.0, and won't be compatible with my kernel? Is there a way to check (to see if I'm wrong) which g++/gcc compiler I used?

Dylan
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