I'm somewhat interested in working on this driver, but I don't know how effective I'll be in the immediate term, as I've never written a wireless driver for FreeBSD...

On 07/18/2014 14:33, Adrian Chadd wrote:
Hi!

I'm sorry, I'm the nominal person who would do it but I'm just too
burnt out to add this to the "things I'll do for free" pile.



-a


On 18 July 2014 11:27,  <s...@familjenberger.com> wrote:
Hello!

First of all: I'm quiet new to the world of BSD. So if this is the wrong way to 
do things, please forgive me.

I have bough a shining new laptop, but neither FreeBSD 10 nor OpenBSD support 
the wireless chip.
 From what I gather the chip is an Intel Dual-Band Wireless-N7260. The laptop 
is a Sony Vaio Pro SVP1321M2EB.EC1.

pciconf -lv http://pastebin.com/m7W7pLqR
  dmesg      http://pastebin.com/gfFaXHHd
  uname -a http://pastebin.com/S40JJ0EJ

I have no access to the Internet on my FreeBSD installation. But I can transfer 
patches via my Ubuntu partition or a USB stick.

Samuel
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