Re: Frequent "unaligned access", an init that dies, ... (fwd)
On Wed, 22 Oct 1997, Nikita Schmidt wrote:
> The other well known source of kernel unaligned traps is the tulip
> driver. Isn't it compiled into your kernel by any chance?
This is an excellent point and one that I was about to suggest after I
found out that it was a PC164. If the tulip driver is enabled, there is a
patch that needs to be applied for those to go away. The reason they are
there is because the adapter itself misaligns things (assumptions,
assumptions...) by default.
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