I was reading the article "Compiling the Linux Kernel with Intel C++ Compiler 12" and I saw the following line.
The issue comes from the inline assember not being supported.
"With a small wrapper script and a limited number of temporary source patches, weve successfully compiled Linux kernels 2.4.21, 2.6.9, 2.6.18 and 2.6.32 with the Intel C++ Compilers on IA-32, Intel 64 and IA-64."
I have some questions
1) Did you actually get the kernel running on IA-64?
2) If so what versions and can you post the temporary source patches you used to get it to compile?
I would really like to stop the floating point traps in the kernel and the audio cutting out randomly on my zx6000 and rx5670. I remember getting icc compiling linux 2.6.27 but I can't remember how I did it and in my stupidity I deleted the .deb file I created.
Thank you in advance