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SubjectRe: 2.1.21-patch_drivers_isdn-1
On Sun, 19 Jan 1997, Bernhard Schuhmann wrote:

> Alan Cox wrote:
> > Rejected. The ISDN people are doing this properly. Compilable but broken
> > code is even worse than working code
> Not only the code compiles, it works if do one more change (which i
> found in the i4l newsgroup). You must delete the arp_find function in
> isdn_net.c and include <linux/arp.h> instead. Now you can use isdn with
> kernels > 2.1.14 and await the new one in the kernel releases.
> Bernhard
> (Newbie)
Actually, it _seems_ to be working for me even with arp_find in it ( and
further updates to accomodate 2.1.21 modules ).


That patch was not intended for widespread distribution - it is nothing but
a 'paint by the numbers' integration attempt with zero isdn or kernel knowledge
backing it up.

As Alan knows what he's talking about, you'd probably be better off waiting
for the real thing... 'course neither of us is going to _do_ that :))

Hmmmm.... wonder if that's why I'm seeing so many interesting things lately.


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