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2<title>Introduction to gcc-&gcc2-version;</title>
4<screen>Download location (FTP): <ulink url="&gcc2-download-ftp;"/>
5Version used: &gcc2-version;
6Package size: &gcc2-size;
7Estimated Disk space required: &gcc2-buildsize;</screen>
9<para>There are two reasons for installing gcc-&gcc2-version;. The first is that the kernel
10developers have certified gcc-&gcc2-version; as the preferred compiler for compiling the
11kernel. The other (and more compelling reason) is that some
12commercial closed-source packages (such as Netscape Navigator, Yahoo Pager)
13and precompiled packages (such as Mozilla)
14are linked against gcc-&gcc2-version; libs.</para>
16<para>Download the gcc patches from <ulink url="&hfile-root;"/>.
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