SanDisk FreeBSD 7.2 p1 install
noc at hdk5.net
Mon Jul 6 01:36:49 UTC 2009
Al Plant wrote:
> Polytropon wrote:
>> On Sun, 05 Jul 2009 11:46:15 -1000, Al Plant <noc at hdk5.net> wrote:
>>> I discovered that in the HP Mini netbook FreeBSD 7.2 unfortunately
>>> does not recognize the Nic's either hard wired or Wlan. Anone know
>>> how to find what nics are in this HP MIni? There are no instructions
>>> about this with the unit. And I have had no help on the HP Forums.
>>> Any body know how I can detect these chips under FreeBSD 7.2.
>> The command
>> # pciconf -lv
>> should list you all the devices the kernel detects, no matter if
>> a driver is attached (means: will usually work then) or not.
> Thank you...
> Yes, that works and shows I have BCM4310 wireless controller.
> I am new to wireless nic's .
> How do I load the driver or set this to work under FreeBSD?
> This FreeBSD is working from a Flash Drive USB using the 7.2 down load
> that Manolis made for us. The main drive has linux on it and it works
> with the wlan so I think it will work once I figure how to make FreeBSD
> see and use it.
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I read that the kernel module ndis0 work with wireless devices.
Where do I get the original W32 driver.inf for the Broadcom 4310 wireless?
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