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Old 02-27-2006, 01:29 AM   #1
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Driver working with Debug kernel Not with Normal kernel

Hi ,
Wireless Network driver (cross compiled for SH arch) is working fine with DEBUG version of the kernel.

But not with Normal version of Kernel it is not working.

I wish to get some clarity regarding the Debug version of kernel.
Apart from Enabling kernel Debugging, does it do anything else( like
giving more resouces for driver OR Ignoring Exceptions or anything )??
It so, what it is?

Bcoz my driver crashes( basically throwing UNALIGNED PROGRAM COUNTER
00e0) with Normal version of Kernel.
But its working find with Debug kernel.

Any suggestions or hints...

Thanks in advance.

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Did you compile this driver against the Debug kernel or the normal kernel?


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