freebsd-isdn-newbie doesn't know, where to start
Kai.Krebber at krick.net
Mon Jun 19 11:30:41 UTC 2006
Just started with freebsd in general and isdn for freebsd in particular.
Plugged in my Fritz-PCI-card into my 6.0-RELEASE FreeBSD and started
reading the 'care and feeding of ISDN4BSD" from
Since FreeBSD 3.0 the isdn4bsd package is part of FreeBSD - while
writing this, this particular i4b version is part of FreeBSD 4.4 and up
and FreeBSD 5.0-current - and there is no need anymore to unpack, patch,
compile and install anything in the kernel."
Big smile on my face.
"5.6.1 Compiling and Installing the Kernel
Now you can compile your new kernel;"
Do I or don't I have to compile a new kernel in 6.0 to use my
root at mybox:~# ls -l /dev/i4b*
ls: /dev/i4b*: No such file or directory
I suppose, having these devices would be of great advantage, if I wanted
to use ppp over isdn with my internet-provider, correct? How do I get
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