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    SubjectRe: 2.5.21: fixdep starts spitting out 'unaligned traps'
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    > Yeah, makes sense, that's a bug trap to test if we guessed endianness 
    > right. Could you try to just comment out the call to traps() in main()?
    >
    > The rest of the code should be safe. If commenting out fixes the problem,
    > could you try to replace
    >
    > - char *test = "CONF";
    > + static char __attribute__((aligned(8))) test[] = "CONF";

    This works:

    #include <netinet/in.h>

    if(htonl(999UL)==999UL){
    // brain-dead byte order
    }else{
    // correct byte order
    }

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