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SubjectRe: Getting ISDN Card working (was vendor ID in /proc/pci)
On Wed 29 Sep 1999, Paul Slootman wrote:
> The right mailing list would be (cc'ed in
> this message).

This should of course have been Oops.

> >my card was a Datalink but that is as far as I managed to get. I managed to
> >lay my hands on some drivers for the dynalink card built against 2.2.12. I
> >tried to load these using modprobe hisax but this just comes pack with
> >
> >/lib/modules/2.2.12/misc/isdn.o: init_module: Device or resource busy
> >isdn: No such file or directory
> >
> >however dmesg shows
> >
> >ISDN subsystem Rev: 1.86/1.72/1.88/1.49/1.16/1.2
> [...]
> >HiSax: Card 1 Protocol 1TR6 Id=HiSAX (0)
> >HiSax: Support for ISDNLink Card not selected
> This means that the hisax module was not configured for the ISDNLink
> card (this is configured when configuring the kernel). I.e. the config
> needs to be changed, and the module recompiled.
> Also, I see it says "Protocol 1TR6", which I believe is not what you
> want for the UK (or in fact almost anywhere). Pass the "protocol=2"
> parameter.

Paul Slootman

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