Re: Floating point in kernel

From: Andi Kleen (
Date: Sat May 06 2000 - 11:24:48 EST (Rogier Wolff) writes:
> I've been watching this from the sideline for a while, but why doesn't
> gcc have an option that says: this CPU doesn't have an FPU. That flag
> should be on for i386 kernel compiles, and if gcc can't handle FP
> without an FPU, it should just bail out when it finds some.

You could compile with -msoft-float, then the linker would complain
at least.


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