> I have seen to same thing once, when I removed my ISDN card from
> my machine.
> At boot time/config time the kernel (with the i4b driver)
> panicked. I guess
> it's a bit of a loose end in the driver. I forgot about it, as my setup
> and Teles-16.3 (non-PnP) work perfectly fine when the card is
> actually in the
Could you please tell me the exact kernel config line you used for your
card? I'll try to reproduce this on a machine without a Teles card.
This is most likely a false positive probe - which is quite unlikely, as the
Teles 16.3 has an identification register. Anyway, even if the probe
succeeds, the driver should not panic without a card.
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