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> I ported the changes in FreeBSD SVN r257305 that add support for
> RTL8168G. This works except for the RX path. When I netboot; an
> unpatched NetBSD re(4) works for TX and RX. Any ideas?
> Jonathan Kollasch
I have an on-motherboard (MSI Z77 MPOWER) Ethernet, Realtek 8111E or RTL8168 or
something in that re(4) category.
I just looked with pciconf -l: chip=0x816810ec
FreeBSD recognizes it but can't make the connection. OpenBSD 5.4 and
DragonFlyBSD 3.6.0 live USBs recognize this Ethernet but, similar to FreeBSD,
produce similar errors when I try to connect. Linux (System Rescue CD 3.6.0 on
USB stick) and NetBSD (6.99.23 and recent 6.1_STABLE) amd64 connect OK.
Look at the differences and port from NetBSD to FreeBSD?
Saving grace on MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard is Hiro H50191 USB-stick wireless
adapter, chipset RTL8191SU, that works in FreeBSD stable/10 and HEAD with
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