When re-building a recent mainline kernel (say, 2.6.32) on RHEL 5.4, we have observed that you will need an updated gcc level to complete the build. The easiest way to get a new gcc level is of course to download and install the Advance Toolchain. We have posted easy instructions for using the latest Advance Toolchain (ver 2.1-1) to re-build a mainline kernel on RHEL 5.4.
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