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- README file for the PCBIT-D Device Driver.
-The PCBIT is a Euro ISDN adapter manufactured in Portugal by Octal and
-developed in cooperation with Portugal Telecom and Inesc.
-The driver interfaces with the standard kernel isdn facilities
-originally developed by Fritz Elfert in the isdn4linux project.
-The common versions of the pcbit board require a firmware that is
-distributed (and copyrighted) by the manufacturer. To load this
-firmware you need "pcbitctl" available on the standard isdn4k-utils
-package or in the pcbit package available in:
-Known Limitations:
-- The board reset procedure is at the moment incorrect and will only
-allow you to load the firmware after a hard reset.
-- Only HDLC in B-channels is supported at the moment. There is no
-current support for X.25 in B or D channels nor LAPD in B
-channels. The main reason is that these two other protocol modes have,
-to my knowledge, very little use. If you want to see them implemented
-*do* send me a mail.
-- The driver often triggers errors in the board that I and the
-manufacturer believe to be caused by bugs in the firmware. The current
-version includes several procedures for error recovery that should
-allow normal operation. Plans for the future include cooperation with
-the manufacturer in order to solve this problem.
-Information/hints/help can be obtained in the linux isdn
-mailing list ( or directly from me.
- Pedro.