On 10/8/13 10:41 AM, Julian H. Stacey wrote:
Unfortunately all my time right now is being spent syncing changes to
FreeNAS from our commercial product TrueNAS to improve both products. I
tried to look at the code but my eyes quickly went cross and I had to
get back to build stuff.
Hi Alfred & cc current.
Alfred Perlstein wrote:
On 10/6/13 8:21 AM, Julian H. Stacey wrote:
I wrote Thu, 03 Oct 2013 23:28:43 +0200
Rui Paulo wrote:
On 2 Oct 2013, at 16:57, Julian H. Stacey <j...@berklix.com> wrote:
It seems I need if_urtwn driver for a really miniature WLAN USB stick,
& if_urtwn is only in current ?
man 4 if_urtwn refers to ports/net/urtwn-firmware-kmod which is missing ?
This driver was never merged to FreeBSD 9.
OK, Thanks for confirmation.
Can you use FreeBSD 10 instead?
Yes, easier than building from 9.X I guess (& helps test alpha :-).
I'll fetch from local mirror, per
The port reference in the man page is wrong. The firmware is now shipped as
part of the base system.
Oh nice, easier :-)
I'm happy to report with 10.0-ALPHA4 /boot/loader.conf if_urtwn_load="YES"
`ifconfig wlan0 scan` works OK. Thanks :-)
I have a g4 tibook 12in with an if_bwn that doesn't really work at all.
I got one of these (if_urtwn) and it works enough to download about a
meg or so before the watchdog kicks in and I have to ifconfig down/up it
to get it to respond again.
I even have a patch pending to add the usb identifier for this.
Is there someone I can provide debug information for to help resolve this?
I too am seeing
urtwn0: timeout waiting for checksum report
sometimes I can scan & sometimes not,
(whereas with a run0: stick I have no problem)
I've not got as far as trying to move data.
I'd appreciate any patches you have Alfred
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