Has source been updated with Hibbits' recent patches?
chmeeedalf at gmail.com
Wed Feb 15 02:11:54 UTC 2012
On Feb 14, 2012, at 8:22 PM, Super Bisquit wrote:
> On 2/15/12, YongHyeon PYUN <pyunyh at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Feb 06, 2012 at 02:34:39PM -0500, Super Bisquit wrote:
>>> My apologies. I falsely made the assumption that the airport cards
>>> were of
>>> mii(4) + wi(4) +$DRIVER/MODULE(4).
>>> Anyway, is there anyone else with the same card? If so, would you
>>> testing the patch? By doing so, you would be able to add information
>>> determining if the problem is my system or the card itself.
>>> Does anyone have the Agere ET1101 card- the one without the
>>> silicon bug?
>>> so, you may be able to help improve the driver/kernel module for wi.
>>> @Pyun YongHyeon, for this card- Agere ET1101C- what is the, if
>>> any, dsp
>> Agere, now LSI, ET1101/ET1101C is PCIe Gigabit etherenet controller
>> so I think it has nothing to do with wireless controllers. In
>> other words, wireless drivers do not need mii(4). The instance of
>> ukphy(4) may come from gem(4), see the output of 'devinfo -rv'. The
>> DSP fixup of PHY is to adjust signal handing of controller firmware.
> 1. Is there a forth command for enabling the device?
Which device? For airport, I think it's enable-wireless, and you may
need to be in the radio device to use it.
> 2. Should I try the card in my QuickSilver G4? Wait, I will need to
> because I don't know if the card will work for Debian. The iMac is
> dedicated to FreeBSD.
Test the airport card in your QS? That would be helpful.
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