Sam Fourman Jr.
sfourman at gmail.com
Tue Apr 3 08:22:14 UTC 2007
Thank you for your Feedback
I never Tried it in -current I ran 6.2 Stable, Benjamin Close is
working on a Driver however he hasn't updated his site in over a
Sam Fourman Jr.
On 4/3/07, Vince <jhary at unsane.co.uk> wrote:
> It doesnt seem to compile in current (as of yesterday anyway) however. I
> believe that Benjamin Close is working on a newer driver at
> http://www.clearchain.com/wiki/Wpi This one (well the version in
> perforce anyway) compiles but doesnt attach correctly. Hopefully
> Benjamin will have time to work on it again soon.
> Sam Fourman Jr. wrote:
> > I just wanted to report that I have used this Driver Everyday for over a
> > month
> > http://www.bsdmon.com/download/20070121-wpi-freebsd.tar.gz
> > someone posted awhile back I have Tried several Driver even newer ones
> > and they all fail for me
> > it works well and it does support wep I have tested it with FreeBSD
> > 6.2 STABLE (March 2007 snapshot)
> > to install Just extract the driver
> > #make
> > #make install
> > then edit your /boot/loader.conf
> > and you are ready to go
> > I haven't seen any updates to the wpi driver in awhile and I wanted
> > to ask what others thought of this driver Would it not be great to
> > have this in -current.
> > for what it is worth I am using a Lenovo 3000 N 768-dku notebook
> > also would someone be able to mirror this Driver
> > Sam Fourman Jr.
> > On 4/2/07, yal <yal at yal.hopto.org> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> Are there any schedules for a new official driver for the Intel 3945?
> >> I've been unable to run the old beta wpi driver on -CURRENT for weeks
> >> now!
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