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not sure exactly where to post this question, but here goes: after bootstrapping and making the kernel in gentoo, can you safely/advisably change the CFLAGS settings in /etc/make.conf ?? and ...
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    not sure exactly where to post this question, but here goes:
    after bootstrapping and making the kernel in gentoo, can you safely/advisably change the CFLAGS settings in /etc/make.conf ?? and if so, could someone point me to a good reference on CFLAGS so i can better configure my system?
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    Yes, you can. The CFLAGS only apply to programs when you compile them.

    http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-3....mize%20Options
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