I had (still have) svn on a USB-stick installation of FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE.
So I tried to use that to checkout the src tree for FreeBSD-HEAD; re(4)
recognized my on-motherboard (MSI Z77 MPOWER) Ethernet but couldn't connect.
So, after NetBSD 6.1_STABLE hung consistently on boot, NetBSD-current amd64
booted and connected the Ethernet through NetBSD's re(4).
So I checked out (cvs) NetBSD src and pkgsrc trees, updated system and
packages, subsequently built subversion from pkgsrc.
Then I checked out FreeBSD src tree successfully, and was successful building
the new FreeBSD from the USB-stick installation of 9.2-STABLE amd64, and I use
that for src, doc and ports trees until I can build devel/subversion in
FreeBSD, am having some troubles there, can try again without tests and tools
options to see if I was overambitious in selecting build options.
Now I have wi-fi working through Hiro H50191 USB-stick adapter, device rsu.
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