Eike Dehling <e.e.dehling@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >My guess is that the rtl8139 driver is currently not used by us at > > all, > >therefore it hasn't been updated to the latest driver API. > >IIRC we still have an iso 9660 fs driver in our repository - but its > >API is completely outdated and won't work anymore with the current > > VFS; > >same issue. > Ok. but in the header-files the functions have the updated/new API ? No, they are just not part of the build. Drivers are loaded on an on- demand basis, so the kernel don't need any headers for them. > >They won't mess up the stack since the caller is responsible for > >popping the stack after the function call. > great. and what if the functions uses parameters which are not there? > most of the parameters are references to some structures, where > functions > store things ... i don't even want to think about the result ... Why not? Most probably this will result in a clean crash :-) Adios... Axel.