> in srs/sys/dev/pci :"error unknown device 'alc'"
> - apply patch 1 : http://perso.crans.org/~allegraud/alc1.patch
> - regenerate pcidevs*.h
> - apply patch 2 : http://perso.crans.org/~allegraud/alc2.patch
> - add dev alc in your kernel config
I'm getting stuck on the last step
adding "alc* at pci? dev? function?"
gives me the following message when I try to config the kernel
% config MY_SHINY_NEW_KERNEL
I tried to port OpenBSD's alc(4) driver to NetBSD. It's not fully
working, but at least I can use my network card.
If you are really in hurry, you can try my crappy patches:
However you would better fully recode it (for example, dhcp is not working...).
(and I would benefit from your work :P )
Good luck !
2010/5/26 Jeremy C. Reed <reed%reedmedia.net@localhost>:
--> On Wed, 26 May 2010, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
>> vendor 0x168c product 0x002b (miscellaneous network,
>> revision 0x01) at pci2 dev 0 function 0 not configured
> FreeBSD has these at
> I see we have:
> src/sys/external/isc/atheros_hal/ which appears to be based on an older
> version of this.
> By the way, where is src/sys/external documented? In other words, where
> is the original source for the "external" sources?