Questions on Networking and the frame buffer
superbisquit at gmail.com
Tue Aug 2 22:19:14 UTC 2011
On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 9:25 PM, Nathan Whitehorn <nwhitehorn at freebsd.org>wrote:
> On 08/01/11 19:24, Justin Hibbits wrote:
>> On Aug 1, 2011, at 7:26 PM, Super Bisquit wrote:
>> Which driver is compatible with the orinoco airport card? The port
>>> net-mgmt/airport will not build due to jdk being only for i386 and amd64;
>>> there an available jdk for powerpc?
>>> The mouse is grabbed at the screen edge and I need to restart X each
>>> what arguments must be passed to xorg.conf to prevent such from
>> I don't know about the orinoco driver, but I do sometimes also experience
>> the mouse problem, and have posted to the list regarding it. There's
>> nothing I've found to prevent the mouse from getting stuck, but I believe
>> it's something to do with floating point math, maybe the FPU isn't being
>> reset properly, or isn't presenting the right rounding behavior (IEEE-754 vs
>> "fast mode"). It's an annoyance I've learned to live with, but would still
>> like solved.
>> - Justin
> The card itself is supported by wl(4), but I believe Apple's variant is not
> due to some missing glue code, specifically a macio bus attachment.
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I'm building the wi and wlan modules right now for 9.0 CURRENT PPC. The
net-mgmt/airport utility doesn't build because it's jdk1.6 dependent and,
the available packages are for i386 and amd64.
Secondly, I was wondering as to how the OpenBSD and NetBSD developers dealt
with the mouse grabbing.
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