Realtek RTL8191SEvB Linux driver?
four.harrisons at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 3 17:48:27 UTC 2012
Sorry for top posting. Take offense if you like.
The o on-list is to to run a system like running Windows.
I find F accept that I consider it a price wort Would I like better hardware support? Of course! But if th that is a fundamental change to the OS interface, then I think t price is too high.
It strikes me that Ubuntu are running very fas Windows. They'll have good device support and a strong sure that will fit a lot of users needs, but /not mine/.
People who wa the freedom and "con FreeBSD and accept the payoff. happy in the knowledge that we have chose
On 3 Jan 201 On Tue, 03 Da Rock articulated:
> On 01 > > I have a Toshiba Sate > > RTL8191SEvB wireless this
> > card and ca > >
> > Would it be po > > someplace and to
> > work? I'm > > thing > >
> Unfortunately the API does a
> lot of work on todo
> list or no
This is what drives me to pull my times
that all the *nix/*BSD consort competitive in the market is to devis same
on FreeBSD as on Ubuntu and every The
concept is so simple that it ama implemented
The problem behave
live lit have
to insi They
swing b have
an ea and
I have spoken with representatives of compa being
Brother International, who plain out stated support
Microsoft (naturally - they offer the easiest system for driver installation) and a vanilla Lin They
openly stated that there is no way that they would to
write software for a market as fractured as the *nix/ and
then be straddled with the problem of supporting s Hell,
every time someone in the BSD community dotted an kernel
source code the poor driver authors would have to device
code. Certainly a task I would not want to be as
Ubuntu is years ahead of FreeBSD in creating a useful functional desktop, I read where they were working on makin possible to use a driver disk intended for Microsoft's Windows O usable in Ubuntu. They were working on a method of simply extractin g
the code needed directly from a CD and using it directly on Ubuntu. Now
that is what I call true "forward" thinking.
The au group
I have, mistakenly I admit, stated that there are n lots
of devices currently available on the market, espe end
ones. That statement is essentially incorrect. for
these devices, and other OSs are taking advanta FreeBSD,
in its unending war against simplicity and conti on reinventing the wheel, refuses to avail itself of
You can lead a horse to water; however, you cannot stop running
head long into the desert and dying of thirst. Stupid own
It took the Catholic church u Galilei
was correct and the earth doe hope.
Perhaps someday FreeBSD wi
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