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Re: Laptop Intel Wireless drivers?
Ok. You notebook has the Intel WiFi Link 5100 (AGN) with My WiFi
Technology, someone know if it is supported by NetBSD -current ? or
exists plans for add this driver?
On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 10:00 AM, Stripes the Tiger Cub
> I was able to get a ralink chip recognized on the USB bus as ugen0,
> but I couldn't get the network card to actually be activated. It's a
> Cisco linksys USB network card.
> Major bummer. I really want this to work on NetBSD, but it looks like
> I have to go back to Linux.
> On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 7:54 AM, ficovh <ficovh%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 3:51 AM, Stephen Borrill
>> <netbsd%precedence.co.uk@localhost> wrote:
>>> On Thu, 14 Jan 2010, Stripes the Tiger Cub wrote:
>>>> The wireless card is either an Intel 5100 802.11abgn or Intel 5300
>>>> 802.11abgn. If there's no solution, I can go out and get a supported
>>>> PCMCIA card or USB network card today. I haven't taken away the option
>>>> of "throwing money (e.g. an external network card) at the problem."
>>> iwn(4) in -current has support for this, but it's not (yet) been backported
>>> to netbsd-5.
>> iwn work fine in NetBSD, but I think that the X200 include some
>> atheros chip don't supported by NetBSD at this time.
>> Francisco Valladolid H.
>> -- http://bsdguy.net - Jesus Christ follower.
> ///stripes/// - bengaltigerstripes%gmail.com@localhost
Francisco Valladolid H.
-- http://bsdguy.net - Jesus Christ follower.
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