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1 2 THIS DRIVER IS NOT YET WORKING ! 3 ================================ 4 5 This adds support for the active ISDN card tina-dd manufactured by 6 Stollmann E+V GmbH in Hamburg, Germany. This card was also sold by 7 MIRO as the Miro P1. 8 9 Christian Luehrs and Manfred Jung of Stollmann were very helpful 10 giving out docs and sources to support the development of a driver 11 for this card. 12 13 The card supports many protocols. In order to make the card operable 14 you'll need the downloadable firmware which also can be found on the 15 www/ftp server, www.stollmann.de / ftp.stollmann.de. 16 17 While developing this driver, i used fcdddss1.loc as of April 1994. 18 19 The code is based in part on sources and header files written by 20 Stollmann for their driver development kit for the tina-dd.
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