Heh, well, I can't use it for porting anything to freebsd. broadcom
aren't interested in open sourcing their reference driver.
The only open source we get from broadcom is brcmfmac/brcmsmac, which
broadcom manage. It's missing older chips (eg PHY-LP, PHY-G) and the
PHY-AC softmac port (BCM4360.)
On 17 November 2016 at 12:42, paradox via freebsd-wireless
> if Anrian already have access to source code of broadcom, its great ! i don't
> known about it
> about of licensing, the sourcecode can be porting to freebsd but not
> including to kernel, seems many people tobe enougth this
> On Thu, 11/17/16, Felix Friedlander <felixph...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Subject: Re: sourcecode of broadcom drivers up to 2011 yr sup
> To: "paradox" <ddkp...@yahoo.com>
> Cc: email@example.com
> Date: Thursday, November 17, 2016, 10:32 PM
> > On 18 Nov. 2016, at 05:36, paradox via freebsd-wireless
> > seems all BCM WIFI PHY & MAC sourcecode of
> > hope your can build it or take part for independ module
> > MAC
> > PHY
> There’s a difference between finding the code, and having
> a licence to use it… If I’m not mistaken Adrian already
> has access to the proprietary Broadcom driver through his
> work, it’s more of a licensing issue.
> Still a nice find though, with this and the Cypress
> datasheets some things may become a bit easier.
> Felix Friedlander <felixph...@gmail.com>
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