On 2013/12/26 14:53, Anton Mazunin wrote:
Hello everybody. Recently I was choosing usb wifi adapter for my pc, and decided the best way to be happy in this things is to buy one which is in freebsd supported hardware list. After few minutes of searching, the choise was done and I went to the closest shop and bought D-Link DWA-140. I have to say that I was very upset when my OS only showed me: <Ralink> at usbus1 (connected) but no device appeared in ifconfig. The only string appeared in dmesg was <Ralink> at usbus1 (connected). Ok, lets see what my linux laptop would show me. And you know what? The same thing! Then I decided to open the cover and see which chip is on the board. It was Ralink RT5372l. After some time of googling I recognized there is no support for this chip in run driver. So here is the question: is there any way to make this device work on my pc? btw I'm using freebsd 9.2
Thank you for help! Hope I didn't get much of your time.

Hi Anton,

RT5372 is supported in -HEAD:

If you want to give it a try, you can install FreeBSD -CURRENT using the
snapshots images which you can find here:

Let me know if it works for you, thanks.

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