>get_user() MUST be used only on "user pointers", it is being
>used on a kernel pointer here.
>It would work if the access was surrounded by:
> old_fs = get_fs();
> ... get_user(kernel_pointer) ...
> set_fs (old_fs);
>But it is not.
Ok, now I see it. I'll change mine and try that out, though Andi Kleen
indicated he would fix it for real. :o)
Thanks, Wow, two e-mails and a fix, that's got to be some kind of record
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