From: Alex Kirk <alex@sc...> - 2005-12-21 20:44:28
(Sorry for the cross-post, but I figured this was quite relevant to madwifi-dev,
and that people there may have missed previous messages in the thread.)
Well, yes and no. I was able to get things to compile by reverting to some older
2.4 functions...but I've still got the issue that trying to run madwifi
alongside my Cisco VPN client causes segfaults in madwifi, which paralyze my
system. In fact, at this point I don't even have the card physically in my
system, since just loading the vpnclient module alongside ath_pci et al caused a
segfault that didn't allow me to finish booting.
If anyone has any ideas what the heck is going on with these segfaults, I'd be
more than happy to test a fix, or to poke around the code looking for potential
issues. I'm pretty sure I've sent an oops dump here (w/o symbols for the time
being), but if there's anything else I can do to help diagnose the problem, let
> On Tue, 2005-12-13 at 12:56 -0500, Alex Kirk wrote:
> > The function 'PDE' is defined on 2.6 series kernels, in
> > /usr/src/linux/include/linux/proc_fs.h, as:
> As I have this e-mail in my "not-yet-answered" list, and just to mention
> it: this issue should be fixed in r1361 (see:
> http://madwifi.org/changeset/1361 ).
> Please let us know if that didn't help.
> Bye, Mike
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