That could take a while...
Ok I'll try to put a linux on USB and try to boot from it and will let
Monday, December 3, 2012, 12:26:06 AM, you wrote:
> If it's not recognising the card then it's either a whacky PCI bus
> code problem, or the device is just plainly not being seen by the
> motherboard or BIOS.
> Can you try booting Linux and see if it sees the PCI device?
> On 2 December 2012 23:42, Derek Kulinski <tak...@takeda.tk> wrote:
>> Hello Adrian,
>> I'm having some issues with a NIC card that worked fine in another
>> FreeBSD box (very old hardware - Celeron 366MHz :) that was running
>> version 8.
>> The box died, and I decided to just move the card to recent machine
>> (running FreeBSD 9.1 RC3).
>> Unfortunately the machine does not recognize the card, I asked on the
>> forum, and person trying to help me thinks that perhaps it is a bug:
>> I thought initially that I couldn't see the card even in pciconf, but
>> seems like the card probably is:
>> none3@pci0:4:0:0: class=0x020000 card=0x3a131186 chip=0x00130000
>> rev=0x01 hdr=0x00
>> class = network
>> subclass = ethernet
>> cap 01 = powerspec 2 supports D0 D3 current D0
>> I tried to follow his advice and changed value of AR5212_DEVID to
>> 0x0000 but that did not seem to do anything (I recompiled if_ath and
>> So I went further and modified ar5212Probe()
>> and put a printf() statement there (as a first instruction).
>> Unfortunately it doesn't look that the statement was ever called, or
>> at least I did not see anything in the logs.
>> I decided to not file PR because there is still a possibility I might
>> be doing something wrong. I configured that old machine a while ago
>> and I no longer have access to it's contents :/
>> The old machine was running i386 kernel, the new one is running amd64.
>> The new one has Gigabyte GA-H77-DS3H motherboard and the NIC in
>> question is D-Link, I belive DWL-G520.
>> Best regards,
>> Derek mailto:tak...@takeda.tk
>> -- I can see clearly now, the brain is gone...
If you have a procedure with ten parameters, you probably missed some.
-- Alan J. Perlis
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