Ok, done for the moment. Loading of modules is working as far as i can
tell. Didn't reconnect the machine to the ISDN lines yet, but I dont
expect problems here - at least not the reported one.

My mistake was, that I relied on the output of the vendor supplied wizard 
script too much.
They did not report all errors occurring during the build process.

The scripts were using a symlink without re-evaluating it, for as long
as it is working...

To stay backwards compatbible, I did not remove some older kernels
during the meltdown/spectre upgrade phase and thats were the problems
started.... Wrong header files were used by the scripts.

Sorry, sometimes you just don't see it..

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
       Status: In Progress => Invalid

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
     Assignee: Michael (mhzlp) => (unassigned)

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  Dialogic ISDN card vendor-driver kernel-module fails to load after
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