Netgear WNA1000N USB wlan device
glen.j.barber at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 16:01:58 UTC 2011
On 11/10/11 10:35 AM, Warren Block wrote:
> On Thu, 10 Nov 2011, Glen Barber wrote:
>> Netgear has these neat little USB micro wireless network adapters
>> that one could plug in and forget about without fear of, for example,
>> breaking the device.
>> Said devices are really nice for those of us without supported
>> integrated wireless chipsets, such as those found in late 2010 MacBooks,
>> or anything manufactured by Dell recently...
>> The only problem is that the device itself is not supported.
>> The device appears to have a RealTek RTL8188CUS chipset (vendor 0846,
>> device 9041), which, without knowing much more about the device, I
>> suspect could work with the urtw(4) driver. However, my feeble attempts
>> at simulating support for the device ended, well, as expected. :)
> OpenBSD has a urtwn driver. No idea whether anyone is working on a port.
Ooh, that's good news. Thanks!
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