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SubjectRe: [parisc-linux] documented Oops running big-endian reiserfs on parisc architecture
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Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> writes:

> > > Is it impossible to handle unaligned access traps properly on
> > > parisc? If so, well you have some problems...
> >
> > No, we just haven't bothered to implement it yet. Not many people
> > use IPX these days.
>
> You also need unaligned trap fixups for
>
> AX.25, NetROM, LAPB, X.25, Appletalk, PPP, Anything over 802.2LLC, Linus
> NFS code for some NFS mount options (although not the -ac NFS code)

And also everybody connected to the internet needs them, because you can
create arbitarily unaligned TCP/UDP/ICMP headers using IP option byte sized
NOPs.

-Andi
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