NDISulator on github (and mirror on gitorious) is a FreeBSD ndis
module+binaries forked by Paul B. Mahol in 2009 (I've sent Paul's email
address privately to Adrian).
Almost every change in this project was made by Paul.
My part is small - I've just discovered and fixed several panic/problems.
I've tried to submit my changes back to FreeBSD base tree via problem
One was commited: http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=kern/165630
Another one is hanging without feedback:
Few more fixes are depend on kern/165622. I have not created more PRs as
without fix for panic described in 165622 new reports would be like:
"I'm running something different than FreeBSD sources and it panics. And I
have a fix for it. But you won't be able to reproduce and/or test it on
I bet there are not much people who would like to spend their time on
reports like this :)
On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 3:59 PM, Adrian Chadd <adr...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> ... who's the author of this? Why aren't they posting updates to
> FreeBSD-HEAD so it can be included in the base system?
> Does anyone have a contact email for the author, Vadislav?
> On 24 January 2014 03:52, Thomas Mueller <mueller6...@bellsouth.net>
> > To Miguel Clara, you might try a USB wireless adapter. I use Hiro
> H50191, driver rsu.
> > But you would need to do good research to find what the chip is, and
> which FreeBSD driver, if any, would it work with, before you buy.
> > NDISulator looks worth trying. FreeBSD users will want to know if it
> > https://github.com/NDISulator/ndisulator
> > Regarding deprecation of NDIS, is it a matter of something that is
> compatible with Linux but very difficult to port to BSD?
> > There is the problem with newer MS-Windows drivers that they don't come
> with .sys and .inf files, or maybe they have to be unpacked and installed
> from MS-Windows. Then NDIS would have nothing to work with.
> > Tom
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