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SubjectRe: Kernel Oops when using the Netfilter QUEUE target
On Wed, Apr 25, 2001 at 04:24:46PM +1000, James Morris wrote:
> > I have encountered a problem (perhaps a bug)! The attached code makes my kernel oops
> > in some cases when injecting new packets through Netfilter's QUEUE target. The problem
> > only appears when the original packet is a TCP packet; i have tried with ICMP and UDP packets
> > also but this does not trigger any oops. I have tried to code on several computers and they
> > all oops. The following description regards the case when submitting new packets instead
> > of TCP packets.
>
> Please try the patch below.

So i did and it seems to work just fine (= no more oops') under 2.4.3/2.4.2-ac21! The packets
being sent also seems to be correct; James you're the man :-)

BTW could you describe the problem? And why it caused an oops?

Best regards,
Martin

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