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Daniel Potts cecb784778 Added GPLv2 clause 16 years ago
config don't load hfcmulti if no hfcmulti cards configured 16 years ago
drivers/isdn Added GPLv2 clause 16 years ago
include/linux added the config.h fix for kernels>=2.6.19 16 years ago
CHANGES improved memdebug 16 years ago
Makefile preparing for 1.1.2 16 years ago
Makefile.module change name and path 19 years ago
Makefile.standalone change name and path 19 years ago
README.misdn-init moved misdn-init from /etc/init.d to /usr/sbin, added checks for bc / modprobe / ... in misdn-init 16 years ago
Rules.make.ext new 21 years ago
add.config add memory resource debug 19 years ago
km_mISDN.spec next version 19 years ago
mISDN.modprobe.d moved misdn-init from /etc/init.d to /usr/sbin, added checks for bc / modprobe / ... in misdn-init 16 years ago
misdn-init allow config lines like nt_ptp=1-7,9,10 in misdn-init.conf 16 years ago
std2kern added installing of mISDNif.h in the /usr/include/linux/ directory to allow userspace apps to compile for mISDN. can be specified by the -p parameter (inspired by jolly) 16 years ago
stddiff - make mqueue branch HEAD 17 years ago

README.misdn-init

misdn-init: init-script to auto-configure and load the mISDN kernel drivers
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This script makes it easy to configure and activate mISDN compatible
adapter cards. It scans an eyecandy config file named misdn-init.conf
for your card and port settings, then it loads the driver modules properly.
The misdn-init.conf can also be autogenerated by the misdn-init script.

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Usage: /usr/sbin/misdn-init start|stop|restart|config|scan|help

--start scan /etc/misdn-init.conf and load the mISDN drivers
--stop unload the mISDN drivers
--restart see stop, then start
--config scan your PCI bus for mISDN compatible hardware and generate
a /etc/misdn-init.conf
--scan scan your PCI bus for mISDN compatible hardware and print
the results to the console
--help print the usage info
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* Here is a quick overview on how to use misdn-init:

1) Get and install misdn-init:
$ wget http://www.beronet.com/downloads/chan_misdn/stable/chan_misdn.tar.gz
$ tar zxf chan_misdn.tar.gz
$ (as root) cp chan_misdn/misdn-init /usr/sbin/misdn-init

2) Let misdn-init scan your PCI bus for mISDN compatible hardware and write
the results into /etc/misdn-init.conf:
$ (as root) /usr/sbin/misdn-init config

3) (optional) Edit /etc/misdn-init.conf and set everything the way you want it.
This file is heavily commented, hence it should be self-explaining.

4) (optional, but recommended) Add misdn-init to your run level.
This is distribution dependend. Here an example for a debian system:
ATTENTION: If you have services in your runlevels that depend
on mISDN, make sure that misdn-init starts before, and
stops after them (this is done by changing the values
that are set to 60 in this example, more info: read the
manpage for update-rc.d).
$ (as root) update-rc.d misdn-init start 60 2 3 4 5 . stop 60 0 1 6 .

5) Run the following to start mISDN:
$ (as root) /usr/sbin/misdn-init start



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* Report Bugs:
If you experience any bugs or have a feature request, please visit:
www.isdn4linux.de/mantis