Is four years of talking about 4K stacks enough? You can prepare and prepare for decades and still not be certain you've caught everything. There comes a time when you just the switch and fix anything that breaks. I hope that time is soon. Is there some way to allocate a 12K chunk and use it as the stack when ndiswrapper calls into Windows code? Seems easy enough to me, but I come from a day when kernels and memory architectures were a LOT simpler. :)
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