On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 01:05:37PM +1000, Stuart Longland wrote:
| On 16/04/18 08:08, Manuel Solis wrote:
| > Sorry for that, i havent figure it out, maybe i should reinstall windows to
| > get the info
| >  My bad.
| Does `lspci` work on OpenBSD?  Failing that, boot a Linux LiveCD and run
| `lspci` there, it'll tell you the chipset; `dmesg` might give you some
| more clues.

No need to run Linux to run lspci, it's available through the pciutils
packages (doas pkg_add pciutils).  But base OpenBSD has pcidump(8),
which gives quite similar info.

| `lsusb` if it's a USB wifi chip.

Or try usbdevs(8), also in base OpenBSD.

Your operating system of choice comes with a pretty complete toolset.

Paul 'WEiRD' de Weerd


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