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Thread: ISDN-CONFIG in Knoppix 3.6

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    ISDN-CONFIG in Knoppix 3.6

    i'm testing knoppix 3.6 on a econel 30 server & have a problem with the isdn-config tool: (avm fritz pci card is installed)

    the "start" button is not available after i configured my isp settings, i can't connect

    when i try exactly the same way in knoppix 3.4, it's no problem to connect to the internet via isdn/avm fritz card; on the same machine.

    are there known problems with isdn/avm fritz cards in knoppix 3.6 ?


    thanks for any ideas!

    zip.it

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    I have the same problem. Is there any solution around? What can i config by hand? Is there any error log somewhere? I didn't find anything...

    Raphael

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    same Problem for me too

    wihle trying to configure with isdn-config there where not entries in /var/log/messages

    I then tried to start isdn as root "/etc/init.d/isdn start", after that I tried to dial with "isdnctrl dial ippp0".
    In /var/log/messages you can see that there is an attempt to dial but it ends up with
    "fcpcipnp0,ch0 cause E001B"

    in "man isdn_cause" this meens error location from user (I think my PC) and cause "Destination out of order"

    Any hints ???

    Thanx,
    Achim

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    Hello,

    to make things clearer what happens on my side:
    I have 2 PCI Cards sharing the same IRQ11 (my Video-Card and the FritzCard ISDN-Controller) and I have suse 6.3, suse 7.2 and suse 9.2 installed on my system. Using the suse-distributions I have no problem to connect to my provider.
    At the moment I think the problem with debian/knoppix is in the "handling" of pci or interrupts but I don't know the modules responsible for that.

    There is one last thing I could try: change the physical slot of the ISDN FritzCard, but because the system ddoes well with suse I don't want to to that.

    @zip.it and raphaelmack:
    try to install with the debian "isdnconfig", this is only text-based but it seems that the right config-files will be written with this tool.

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