> I would read the code where the complaint is and see what's going on.
The line the compiler references is an automatic structure-pointer
declaration inside the opening brace of an "else" clause. It does
not appear as an lvalue in that block, but is deferenced several times,
so the compiler complains.
The content of the pointer (the address of a "struct ip6_frag") is
initialized by a call to "ip6_insertfraghdr()" whose last argument is
a "struct ip6_frag **". The call rightly occurs before the first
use of "ip6f".
I see nothing related to any *IPSEC conditionals that would affect
the code organization related to the compiler's complaint.
So, I guess why does it complain compiling NET4501 but not when compiling
a GENERIC-based kernel with IPSEC* options enabled?
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