On 4/3/22 23:54, Dennis Clarke wrote:
> No, I am not. I am going with whatever is in the Makefile.
> https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/fc7c028dcdbfe981bca75d2a7b95f363eb691ef3
> So this was seen before regardless.

Please just follow my advise and use Linus' tree and don't use any LTS kernels
which may have some changes from the latest kernels backported.

I know that cross-compiling and bisecting works 100%, so we really don't need to
argue about this. You didn't find some hidden bug that the daily CI hasn't 

The kernel developers are regularly rebuilding the kernel for most targets with
all the various standard kernel configuration presets, so it's extremely 
that you run a kernel that won't compile due to a bug.


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