Re: problem compiling 2.0.30 with gcc

Rob (
Sat, 2 Aug 1997 10:31:43 -0700 (PDT)

signal 11 is 95% of the time hardware...Try disabling your L2 cache and
compiling stuff... If you no longer get sig11's, you have bad l2 cache..
also see if you CPU Fan is working, overheatting can cause sig11's also.


On Sat, 2 Aug 1997, James Vasfaret wrote:

> I am having a problem compiling 2.0.30 with gcc Gcc will die
> with a variety of errors on different files in the kernel. If a file
> doesn't compile the first time, the next time it likely will. The most
> common error is something like this:
> gcc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
> Looks like a gcc problem to me, but am not sure if it might be a hardware
> problem or possible kernel tree problem. Is a 486/66 with 32megs mem and
> 32megs swap.
> --James
> veni, vedi, nuclei deceiri - I came, I saw, I core dumped