One of PC peripheral parts makers BUFFALO (a.k.a Melco) sells
USB-base Wifi client called "WLI-UC-GN" that's cheap and
reasonable to change old-PC to Wifi-able PC.
And we have its entry in sys/dev/usb/usbdevs already.
% grep WLI-UC-GN /usr/src/sys/dev/usb/usbdevs
product MELCO WLIUCGN 0x015d WLI-UC-GN
I don't know well the policy of usbdevs file entry, so
please tell me if you know something around this topics.
A FreeBSD user using WLI-UC-GN realized that it has
another idProduct number of usbdevs. He says it has 0x014f.
For test, he bought another "WLI-UC-GN" device and found
that it says it has 0x015d. Fortunately I have "WLI-UC-GN",
and my device's idProduct is 0x015d.
>From some reports, it seems that early model of "WLI-UC-GN"
has 0x014f, and after BUFFALO changed its chip and it says
0x015d. In this case, what should we do? Can we insert a
line as follow to sys/dev/usb/usbdevs or not?
product MELCO WLIUCGN 0x014f WLI-UC-GN
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