Re: Undefined references to 'memcpy' when compiling Linux Kernel

From: Philipp Thomas (
Date: Sat Jun 17 2000 - 18:12:25 EST

* H . J . Lu ( [20000618 01:01]:

> 1. Does it work with modules and module versioning?

It should, as it's exported without version, but I'll check to make sure.

> 2. How do I use the new compiler with the older kernels and drivers?

IMO for that to work, the memcpy 'expansion' would need to be teached honouring
-ffreestanding and then that flag would have to be used in the kernel


Philipp Thomas <>
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#define NINODE 50 /* number of in core inodes */ #define NPROC 30 /* max number of processes */ -- Version 7 UNIX for PDP 11, /usr/include/sys/param.h

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