3COM USB WLAN card 10075
milu at dat.pl
Fri May 22 06:20:51 UTC 2009
Dnia piątek 22 maj 2009 o 06:37:53 Tim Judd napisał(a):
> On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 6:26 AM, Ricky Breaky <ricky.breaky at uni.de> wrote:
> > Dear my friends,
> > I am new in FreeBSD. Usually I use OpenSuSE.
> > I want to use my favorite WLAN card. It's 3Com usb wireless LAN card usb
> > 10076, it's chipset is Zydas.
> > I don't have any problem to use it in Linux.
> > If I do 'ifconfig', I could not find it recognized by my FreeBSD. I use
> > FreeBSD 7.0 .
> > Please tell me, how should I do it?
> > Thank you very much in advance,
> > Ricky.
> Having some vendor id or device id would be an excellent start
> usbdevs -v
> Never hearing of the 'Zydas' chipset, I don't immediately know if anything
> will surface. But the output of the above to the list here would be a
> great start.
I think it can be supported by zyd(8) driver. Ricky, read how to do it in man
zyd. You can check if card is recognized by loading module:
then in dmesg you should have some info.
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