Many thanks foo_bar_foo.
I got excited for a moment and I tried editing my MakeFile by inserting 'CC =: gcc-3.3'. However, i still get the version 2 error. Very strange!
Also, I tried export CC=gcc-3.3, same thing. Hmmm...
The README file lists the following...
August 6, 2002
- Installing and Configuring ANS
- Available Commands
- Structure of the ANS Build Tree
- Example Setup
This file describes the Intel(R) Advanced Network Services (ANS) package,
version 1.7.65, for Linux* systems. Intel ANS provides both teaming
(including Multi-Vendor Teaming), and IEEE VLAN capabilities. For ANS
support, this package version must be used with the Linux base driver version
2.1.x through 2.1.15 for PRO/100 adapters and/or driver version 4.3.x through
4.3.15 for PRO/1000 adapters.
This package is intended for 2.2.x and 2.4.x kernels; it was tested primarily
on the Red Hat* 7.3 Linux 2.4.18 kernel on SMP Intel processor-based systems.
This package includes support for Itanium(TM)-based systems.
NOTE: This driver version contains the final development set for 2.2.x
kernels through 2.2.20. Development will continue for 2.4.x kernels and
future production kernels.
This is kinda old source (don't believe I saw anything newer at Intel's site though.) I am using Debian and a 2.4 kernel to boot (no pun intended.)