Thanks for your help, Ulrich.

Would an unaligned memory access look like just an array indexing?  Perhaps something like this? (version r83)

zd1205.c:108:#define getSeq(pWlanHdr)                   (((u16)pWlanHdr->SeqCtrl[1] << 4) + (u16)((pWlanHdr->SeqCtrl[0] & 0xF0) >> 4))

If not, how can I tell whether something is aligned or not?  I read the section on unaligned access in the kernel drivers guide you pointed too, b

As far as the trap, the dmesg log mentions this:

Unsupported unaligned load/store trap for kernel at <0000000000573bec>.
              \|/ ____ \|/
              "@'/ .. \`@"
              /_| \__/ |_\

I'm guessing that I should do something with <0000000000573bec>, but I don't know where to start.  Is that the address of the invalid code in the module or the address of the trap handler which got called?  In any case, how do I use this number to determine what function the problem is in?
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