On 06/04/14 04:13, Thomas Mueller wrote:
Yes, please apply by hand. I'll see if I can do some testing myself. I happen   
to have one of these adapters too and the link is very unstable :-)

Sometimes Hiro H50191 USB-stick wireless adapter works well in FreeBSD, 
sometimes, like now and the past few days, it's flaky.  It can't seem to 
download distfile for qt4-xml, on two occasions.

I also have Atheros AR9271 quasi-USB wireless adapter on this motherboard as 
well as Realtek 8111E (?) Ethernet that is recognized by FreeBSD but fails to 
connect (same as with OpenBSD and DragonFlyBSD, but good with NetBSD and Linux).

So I don't want to buy another wireless adapter (USB or PCIE?) until I find if 
the Hiro H50191 works better with Linux and OpenBSD.  Maybe the hardware is 
perfectly good and the software is soft.

All I have for OpenBSD is LiveUSB OpenBSD 5.4 from 
liveusb-openbsd.sourceforge.net , since OpenBSD can't read my hard drive at 
all, neither could DragonFlyBSD.


Previously there was a bug in the if_rsu driver that prevented the firmware from loading. Is this device on your mainboard? Does the BIOS support it?


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