Hi! lldpd, a program of my own, available on https://trac.luffy.cx/lldpd/ ;, is doing some unaligned memory access. There is no problem on x86 but I have a user that runs into trouble with ARM. I am novice on ARM architecture. I have understood the alignment problem and I have modified pointer arithmetic to use memcpy when alignment issues may occur. However, I would like to test myself the result. I have followed the howto available here: http://www.aurel32.net/info/debian_arm_qemu.php to setup an ARM system. However, I have no alignment issues with this platform. What kind of ARM platform may I setup that would produce no error but incorrect data when reading unaligned int? Crosspost to my address would be appreciated. Thanks for any help on this! -- BOFH excuse #143: had to use hammer to free stuck disk drive heads.
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