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Every time I try to compile kernel 2.4.17 on my redhat 7.2 box I get a segmentation fault. Anyone who has successfully compiled it let me know. I've loaded the kernel-2.4.9-i686.config from my current kernel into the "make xconfig" interface and customized it from there.
Here's what I've shut off in vain attempts to get it working:
- Removed all sound support
- Removed bluetooth support
- Removed USB support
+ Added ext3 support.
- Removed Video For Linux support
- Removed old cd-rom driver support.
- Removed ISDN support.
- Removed ISDN; IrDA support.
- Removed network device support.
- Removed i20 support.
- Removed firewire support.
- Removed fusion mpt support.
- Removed SCSI support.
And here's the result from the "make bzImage" just before the segmentation fault. It's at the same place every time.