Subject GCC 10.1.0 kernel issue From Dylan Araps <email@example.com> Date Wed, 9 May 2020 01:05:09 +0100 The kernel compiled with GCC 10.1.0 may crash on boot. This doesn't seem to affect every system. I have thus far received a single report by an affected user. Attached below is a patch which has been reported to fix the issue. This fix has not yet made it into a kernel release (let alone Linus' tree). I recommend applying the patch if compiling a kernel with GCC 10.1.0. An additional note will be added to the installation guide for the benefit of new users. Patch: f670269a42bfdd2c83a1118cc3d1b475547eac22 Commit: git.kernel.org UPDATE (May 19 2020): Kernel versions 5.6.14 (latest stable) and 5.4.42 (latest LTS) contain fixes for GCC 10 and no patch is needed. UPDATE: Another alternative is to simply disable the stack protector in your kernel configuration. This will also fix the kernel crashing during the boot up process. CONFIG_STACKPROTECTOR=n CONFIG_STACKPROTECTOR_STRONG=n Dylan --- Notes: - Reported to apply cleanly to kernel version 5.6.11. - Hop on IRC, Reddit or send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you require any assistance. I'm here to help. ________________________________________________________________________________ Dylan Araps (C) 2019-2020 Linux(R) is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries.