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SubjectRE: Iptable loop during kernel startup
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The architecture is called CRIS. Its a straightforward 32-bit only arch. The

only special about this architecture that it doesn't force any alignment of
data (so a packed struct and an unpacked struct is always the same).

/Mikael
-----Original Message-----
From: Patrick McHardy [mailto:kaber@trash.net]
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 1:50 PM
To: Mikael Starvik
Cc: 'Linux Kernel Mailing List'; Edgar Iglesias; 'Netfilter Development
Mailinglist'
Subject: Re: Iptable loop during kernel startup


Mikael Starvik wrote:
>>Which iptables/kernel versions are you using?
>
>
> 2.6.19. After further testing it seams to be a compiler/CPU issue. The
exact
>
> same kernelconfig works on ARM. So I have to dig some...

On which architecture did the error occur? It could be related
to 32 bit compat issues ..

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