Fritz cards are popular linux ta's.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ciaran Mac Lochlainn" <ciaran17 at eircom.net>
To: "Irish Linux Users Group" <ilug at linux.ie>
Sent: Monday, October 11, 2004 11:22 AM
Subject: [ILUG] [OT] hardware question
> Hi all,
>> My ISDN terminal adapter (a Winbond PCI card which worked with the HiSax
> driver) has given up the ghost and I probably need to replace it.
> Unfortunately the supplier I bought it from no longer stocks these
> cards, and their replacement doesn't work with Linux. Or at least, the
> specs don't say it works, and they don't show the chipset.
>> Question zero, for experts on Linux ISDN: If a TA gives you error code
> E001B under Linux, and when you try it in a Win XP box it makes the box
> reboot each time you try to dial out, if it definitely fscked?
>> Question one: Does anyone have experiences, good bad or indifferent,
> using a "Mentor PCI ISDN Adapter" under Linux?
>> Question two: Can anyone recommend a not-too-expensive card which works
> with the stock Linux kernel modules, and a supplier for said card?
> Irish Linux Users' Group
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