> > set hint.rsu.0.disabled="1"

> This isn't sufficient.  This leaves the device named rsu0 but disables it 
> without
> letting other drivers attach to it.  You need to remove the rsu driver 
> entirely
> or use devctl to force the driver to ndis.

> John Baldwin

I can try on the slight chance that using devctl will make any difference 
regarding ndis.

I have something else to do on that FreeBSD installation, like installing the 
missing devel/readline that should have been installed as a dependency of 
lang/gawk; I don't know why it wasn't.

This error showed when I failed trying to build Haiku cross-tools.


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