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Auerswald USB kernel driver
What is it? What can I do with it?
The auerswald USB kernel driver connects your linux 2.4.x
system to the auerswald usb-enabled devices.
There are two types of auerswald usb devices:
a) small PBX systems (ISDN)
b) COMfort system telephones (ISDN)
The driver installation creates the devices
/dev/usb/auer0..15. These devices carry a vendor-
specific protocol. You may run all auerswald java
software on it. The java software needs a native
library "" installed on
your system. This library is available from
auerswald and shipped as part of the java software.
You may create the devices with:
mknod -m 666 /dev/usb/auer0 c 180 112
mknod -m 666 /dev/usb/auer15 c 180 127
Future plans
- Connection to ISDN4LINUX (the hisax interface)
The maintainer of this driver is