Hi,

So far I have been able to get WiFi working on most netbooks I got, but honestly, FreeBSD is not the best for laptops. WiFi drivers are often a bit buggy (connection is dropping because of driver problems) and ACPI sleep modes never worked on my laptops. WiFi, ACPI sleep modes and graphic card support are the weakest points of FreeBSD for non-server usage according to me...



Yuri wrote:
I am thinking about buying a netbook. But I am afraid that WiFi wouldn't be supported. And all my previous attempts to make NDIS to work on FreeBD failed.

Anybody has good experiences making netbooks work?
Or better is there a hardware compatibility list for FreeBSD?

Yuri

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