Hi,

I don't plan a backport of any of this just yet.

I'd like to let the changes shake out a bit first. There's been some
reports about things not working between 10.0 and 11.0 (eg, 5 minutes
ago someone reported the centrino 100 doesn't work!) and I'd like to
get those fixed before we consider a merge back.

Thanks,


-a



On 7 December 2013 06:03, Matthias Petermann <matth...@petermann-it.de> wrote:
> Hello Adrian,
>
> Am 04.11.2013 06:59, schrieb Adrian Chadd:
>> [snip]
>>
>> For what it's worth, I've started merging this stuff into -HEAD.
>>
>
> I've just installed 11.0-CURRENT r258208 on my Thinkpad E330 and the
> Wireless N2230 stuff is now in working condition.
>
> Thanks for your work - It's a pleasure to see that FreeBSD hardware
> driver availability is so close to Linux in these areas.
>
> Do you expect the changes to get introduced in a 10.1 release someday,
> or should users of N2230 track CURRENT for the next months?
>
>
> Kins regards
>
> Matthias
>
>
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