Re: Fritz!Card PCI ISDN adapter and Woody..
I use the Frits!PCI on potato, not woody, and only install isdnutils to
get the user-space utilities; I rolled my own startup scripts etc. But
from what I can figure out from your message it doesn't look like a module
problem. It looks more like a problem with setting up the network
interfaces, which has to do with the /etc/init.d/isdnutils script and its
associated config. files, not the module. So I'd suggest you start at
looking at configuration rather than modules. Sorry not to be more
helpful, but that's the best I can do, given that I've no experience of
the Debian isdnutils scripts.
If this is an initial install and you get really stuck, I could scoot you
a tarball of my setup scripts. You can use them both for synchronous ppp
(usually for connecting to ISP's) and for raw IP over ISDN (usually for
linking bits of your WAN). No guarantees of course, but they work quite
well for providing Internet access to about two dozen users and linking
three sites in the WAN I administer for my employers, all on ISDN.
George Karaolides 8, Costakis Pantelides St.,
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email: email@example.com Nicosia CY 2057,
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On Wed, 21 Nov 2001, Kilian wrote:
> Hi All
> I am trying to get the AVM Fritz!Card PCI ISDN adapter to work with my
> Woody system. I've built a custom 2.4.14 Kernel with the HiSax module
> and have installed the fcpci driver from the AVM website. So far it is
> working, the system recognizes the card during boot:
> | CAPI-driver Rev 22.214.171.124: loaded
> | capifs: Rev 126.96.36.199
> | capi20: started up with major 68
> | kcapi: capi20 attached
> | capi20: Rev 188.8.131.52: started up with major 68 (middleware+capifs)
> | fcpci: AVM FRITZ!Card PCI driver, revision 0.1
> | fcpci: Loading...
> | fcpci: Driver 'fcpci' attached to stack
> | kcapi: driver fcpci attached
> | fcpci: Auto-attaching...
> | PCI: Found IRQ 5 for device 02:0d.0
> | PCI: Sharing IRQ 5 with 02:09.0
> | fcpci: Stack version 3.09-10
> | kcapi: Controller 1: fritz-pci attached
> | kcapi: card 1 "fritz-pci" ready.
> | fcpci: Loaded.
> | kcapi: notify up contr 1
> | capi: controller 1 up
> and lsmod shows the following:
> | Module Size Used by
> | fcpci 538304 1
> | capi 18688 0
> | capifs 3424 1 [capi]
> | kernelcapi 29216 2 [fcpci capi]
> | capiutil 22272 0 [kernelcapi]
> | hisax 156960 0 (unused)
> However, caling /etc/init.d/isdnutils start brings me the following errors:
> | Starting ISDN services : interfaces/dev/isdnctrl: No such device
> | ippp0 failed.
> | /dev/isdnctrl: No such device
> | isdn0 failed.
> | iprofd/dev/isdninfo: No such device
> | isdnlog/dev/isdnctrl: No such device
> I am quite desperate because I just can't figure out where the problem
> is.. Any hints and RTFMs are very welcome.
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