--- Pavel Roskin <proski@...> wrote:
> Also, transparent unions are not enabled by default, and it would be
> better to avoid them in any case. I don't understand why it's needed at
> all. "processor_number" is not used at all. Also, using values 0 and 1
> for "enabled" seems unsafe, as these could be valid processor numbers.
Patch applied; thanks.
processor_number is the Windows field. Drivers are not supposed to use it -
it is for Windows kernel only. Since ndiswrapper has no use for it, I
hijacked that space for 'enabled' field.
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