I'll try it out tonight! Is the rtwn repo still "ok" to try as a
The usbdevs patch is fine standalone - would you like to just commit
this in advance?
On 19 September 2016 at 06:26, Andriy Voskoboinyk <a...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> Thu, 01 Sep 2016 19:29:03 +0300 було написано Andriy Voskoboinyk
> Now it resides on https://github.com/s3erios/freebsd-rtwn (integrated
> into src tree, so it can be built with 'make buildkernel' / 'make
> This the last stage; once all reported issues will be resolved, I'm
> going to merge it into HEAD.
>> Hi everyone,
>> rtwn(4), urtwn(4) and urtwm (from previous emails) drivers were merged
>> into a
>> single rtwn driver (plus rtwn_usb / rtwn_pci device glue); the code is
>> available on https://github.com/s3erios/rtwn repository. Among bugfixes /
>> code deduplication, there some new features too:
>> 1) multi-vap support (one any wireless interface + one STA interface +
>> any number of monitor mode interfaces).
>> 2) few new sysctls:
>> * dev.rtwn.#.crypto - controls how to use hardware crypto acceleration
>> * dev.rtwn.#.ratectl_selected
>> * dev.rtwn.#.ratectl - selects current 'rate control' algorithm
>> (currently only 'none' and 'net80211' are supported; RTL8192CE needs
>> with the last).
>> 3) (incomplete) power management support for RTL8188EU (requires
>> 4) Short Guard Interval support.
>> It's known to work with RTL8188CUS, RTL8188EU and RTL8821AU; however,
>> it was never tested with RTL8192CE or RTL8812AU.
>> 1) download / checkout the repository.
>> 2) apply 'patch-usbdevs.diff' against '/usr/src'
>> 3) build and install rtwn module:
>> cd $repository/sys/modules/rtwn && make && make install
>> 4) build and install rtwn_usb/rtwn_pci:
>> cd ../rtwn_usb && make && make install
>> cd ../rtwn_pci && make && make install
>> 5) unload previous && load current drivers:
>> kldunload if_urtwn if_rtwn
>> kldload /boot/modules/if_rtwn.ko /boot/modules/if_rtwn_usb.ko
>> 6) Use.
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