I'm the person who did the initial port of Linux
to the ATI Xilleon chip (4KC based, little endian). At the
time, we did the port to 2.4.5, and everything works
swimmingly. I'm now preparing to submit this for inclusion
to this source tree, and have come across a weird problem.
During boot-up, 'current' (which eventually evaluates to
an offset of register struct thread_info *__current_thread_info
__asm__("$28");) is null plus the offset, in sock_alloc,
obviously making the kernel take a big dive.
Are there any obvious reasons why this would evaluate
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