[systemd-devel] kdbus and 32bit architectures
peeters.simon at gmail.com
Wed Feb 19 12:03:11 PST 2014
2014-02-19 20:41 GMT+01:00 Kay Sievers <kay at vrfy.org>:
> On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 8:34 PM, Peeters Simon <peeters.simon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This weekend I switched 2 of my devices to kdbus. both running a 32bit
>> system (my atom based netbook and a beaglebone black)
>> while compiling I ran in to trouble on both devices because of missing
>> division and modulo operations for uint64, both related to bloom.size
>> in match.c.
>> So my question is: is it really necessary for bloom.size to be a
>> uint64? I can not imagine any use case for bloom sizes exceeding
>> I am not sure what the proper fix would be, I temporary fixed this by
>> casting bloom.size to uint32 where needed, and this works.
> Try changing it to div_u64()? You find that in other places in the
> kdbus code too.
> Send a patch please, if it works.
will do in a minute (have to get my netbook downstairs)
>> I also noted that in kdbus.h (while compiling kdbus itself) ioctl.h
>> does not get included resulting in missing definitions for _IO() and
>> family. (at least on arm)
> Where is it defined on arm? There is an include in kdbus.h.
the problem is that it is "#ifndef __KERNEL__" and I assume that
__KERNEL__ gets defined when building the module.
>> For the rest kdbus works great! thanks!
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