from Adrian Chadd:
> please bug freebsd-usb@ about flakey usb devices.
> I have a couple that i need to chase up hans about. they used to be less
Flaky USB devices in FreeBSD, also NetBSD, are not limited to wireless adapters.
I get console messages about keyboard and mouse losing connection, when in many
cases, mouse and keyboard are still working.
Now I think FreeBSD is topping NetBSD for flaky USB connections.
NetBSD has no support for Hiro H50191 wireless adapter, device rsu, but
supports Atheros on-motherboard (quasi-)USB AR9271.
Most of the time, NetBSD fails to load firmware for this Atheros AR9271, error
35, not allowing enough time, but sometimes the firmware loads.
Sorry to be late in responding, losing connection slows me down.
I've been updating FreeBSD-current and stable/10 from source, both amd64 and
i386, whenever I see a change in rsu or re driver.
On MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard, of open-source OSes, only Linux and NetBSD
connect with Realtek 8111E/8168 Ethernet.
DragonFly newest release, 3.8.0, and OpenBSD 5.4, have same bug as does FreeBSD
with this Ethernet.
I've also been busy installing NetBSD-current amd64 and i386, now on hard drive
on other computer.
Now I wish I had installed NetBSD-current amd64 and i386 on this computer with
MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard before FreeBSD to have something to fall back on
when FreeBSD misbehaves with Hiro H50191.
Remember, I needed to update NetBSD-current amd64 and packages, with
subversion, using wired Ethernet, to checkout and update FreeBSD src, ports and
doc trees; also had to buy a new wireless router when the Netgear router
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