Kernel compilation with old GCC
i found that I compliled the latest Kernel 220.127.116.11 with very old gcc - 2.95 ...the reason behind this was that some of my programs are old and can only be compiled with gcc-2.95 and while compiling the kernel i forgot to change the sym links to the new version ...
now, does it harm to have latest kernel compiled with old compiler ?
and if yes, in what way ? until now it has given me no probs..
and if it harms, can I just recompile the kernel by changing the links to the new compiler and will it replace the old one ?