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ISDN hardware vendor Eicon Technology has achieved BABT (British Approvals Board for Telecommunications) certification for its DIVA 2.01 PCI ISDN adapter running under Linux. Eicon co-operated with stack developer Karsten Keil, using the HiSax hardware level driver with the isdn4linux kernel. Keil, senior engineer ISDN of SuSE Labs, said Eicon had worked hard to achieve compatibility between the DIVA adapter and the HiSax driver. The new Eicon driver is being made available via the GNU GPL, and is included with the 2.2 Linux kernel release. Updates are available from here. ®

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