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    SubjectRe: fix for 2.1.x ni65 module bug (and other similar drivers)
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    > browsing through more network driver sources shows that some drives
    > don't initialize this name buffer, which may cause similar problems
    > (btw, it's interesting (shocking?!) how many different code versions
    > for the module/device initialisation can be found).

    Why.. You are forcing a block of BSS (ie all zero) to be 0..

    The quote fixes stuff is definitely right. Constant strings may not
    be writable


    > -static char lt_name[16];
    > +static char lt_name[16] = { 0, };

    ?????????

    > -static char nullname[8];
    > +static char nullname[8] = { 0, };
    ??????????????


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