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Re: Laptop Intel Wireless drivers?
I could, but it doesn't show up in ifconfig -a. Only lo0 and wm0 do.
All I get after installing the firmware is this in the dmesg:
vendor 0x8086 product 0x4236 (miscellaneous network) at pci2 dev 0
fuction 0 not configured.
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 7:38 PM, ficovh <ficovh%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
> Can you put the ifconfig -a output ?
> On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 4:41 PM, Stripes the Tiger Cub
> <bengaltigerstripes%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've Googled this previously, but my Google-fu is failing me. Either
>> that, or no one else has run into this problem :-)
>> I'm installing NetBSD 5.0.1 on a Thinkpad X200. I was able to get
>> Debian recognizing the wireless drivers (Intel on it after installing
>> the firmware. However, it's not clear what I need to do to get NetBSD
>> to recognize the wireless. The scanpci output only has a lot of
>> unrecognized Intel hardwire, but it doesn't even look like it sees the
>> wireless. It found the wired card (wm0) without any issues.
>> 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."
>> Any suggestions? That's the last bit I need to get the basic system
>> working before I do a lot of makes in pkgsrc :-)
>> ///stripes/// - bengaltigerstripes%gmail.com@localhost
> Francisco Valladolid H.
> -- http://bsdguy.net - Jesus Christ follower.
///stripes/// - bengaltigerstripes%gmail.com@localhost
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