mvogt at acm.org
Thu Nov 4 09:59:10 UTC 2004
On Thu, Nov 04, 2004 at 10:07:43AM +0100, Markus Amersdorfer wrote:
> > > root at ubuntu:/home/max # /etc/init.d/isdnutils start
> > > Starting ISDN services: interfacesCan't open /dev/isdnctrl or
> > > /dev/isdn/isdnctrl: No such device ippp0 failed.
> > > ipppd.
> > > root at ubuntu:/home/max # Sorry - this system lacks PPP kernel
> > > support. Check whether you configured at least the ippp0 device!
> > Have you tried to load the ppp_generic, ppp_synctty module?
> I tried so now, but it didn't help...:
> root at ubuntu:/home/max # /isdn-temporary-dev-fix.sh
> root at ubuntu:/home/max # ll /dev/isdninfo
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 16 2004-11-04 01:26
> /dev/isdninfo -> ../.dev/isdninfo
Have you checked /dev/isdnctrl? It should be a symlink to /dev/isdnctrl0.
There should be a line like:
# ll /dev/isdnctrl
/dev/isdnctrl -> /dev/isdnctrl0
I would be interessted if after that the error message is still there?
I assume you have ipppd installed?
> > > To get capi working you need "libcapi20-3" and "pppdcapiplugin"
> Where can I get these packages for Warty? (Especially mind that I have
> to manually download them, as I don't have any Internet access yet on
> my Ubuntu installation.) And what about "misdn"?
> I cannot find them on the CD or in internet anywhere...
Here are the links:
> > > AVM Audiovisuelles MKTG & Computer System GmbH Fritz!PCI v2.0 ISDN
> > > (rev 01)
> > This one needs the hisax_fcpcipnp driver, correct?
> I don't know. If a driver-functionality is compiled into the kernel (as
> I have always compiled my kernels with ISDN-support during the last
> two years), I don't mind what the module would be called. ;)
> Anyway, here is what Ubuntu has loaded currently (with the two
> PPP-modules being loaded manually):
> # lsmod|egrep "(hisax|isdn|ppp|slhc)"
> ppp_synctty 9472 0
> ppp_generic 27668 1 ppp_synctty
> hisax_isac 8212 0
> hisax 486224 1 hisax_isac
> crc_ccitt 2432 1 hisax
> isdn 128236 1 hisax
> slhc 7040 2 ppp_generic,isdn
> Even if I try to load the hisax_pcpcipnp-module manually using modprobe
> or insmod, the module never shows up as being loaded.
If you try a modprobe/insmod, are there any messages from the module
when you check with "dmesg"?
I hope I was able to help you!
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