Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-06-01 Thread nawcom
could you tell us what wireless card you have? perhaps its unsupported and you will need ndis support. -ben I have been trying to get my wireless card working for the last week. Practically I read almost everything about it in man pages, handbook and some google results. Nothing worked. I just

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-06-01 Thread Atanas Atanasov
The wireless card is not supported by a native driver. It has a BCM4306 chipset (Broadcom). Atanas ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-06-01 Thread nawcom
following the isntructions on this post worked fine for me; give it a try http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2004-October/059938.html Atanas Atanasov wrote: The wireless card is not supported by a native driver. It has a BCM4306 chipset (Broadcom). Atanas

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-06-01 Thread Atanas Atanasov
Are you sure one should use ndiscvt? I mean i tried it the same except for getting pccarddefs.h (which as they say will be used in eventual kernel compiles) and for synchronising the source which I cannot do because no network is available. I have wireless only connection. Most people say that

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-06-01 Thread Don Hinton
On Thursday 01 June 2006 15:03, Atanas Atanasov wrote: Are you sure one should use ndiscvt? I mean i tried it the same except for getting pccarddefs.h (which as they say will be used in eventual kernel compiles) and for synchronising the source which I cannot do because no network is

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-05-31 Thread Stefi
- Original Message - From: Atanas Atanasov [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Sent: Monday, May 29, 2006 7:08 PM Subject: Re: Problem with wireless card drivers Hi Stefi, I am having trouble getting my wlan card working. My problem is that after I load

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-05-31 Thread Atanas Atanasov
I am quite new to FreeBSD. Could you please explain what do you mean by recompiled kernel to be sure that the wireless support is included. Do you mean to create a kernel config with ndis and if_ndis statically linked into it? I haven't done this one so far. Atanas

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-05-31 Thread doug
In 6.1 you do not need to recompile the kernel. You can load the drivers. kldstat will tell you what you have loaded. check 'man if_ndis' and/or the handbook for configuration setting, chipsets, etc. you can just do: cd /boot/kernel kldload wlan.ko kldload if_ndis.ko You may need the

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-05-29 Thread Mark Moellering
Do you still have the wlan device compiled in the kernel? I would also make sure to remove the ral device, as this is for the same chipset family but your card uses a newer version that the native ral driver does not support but I could imagine it might create difficulties. All I can

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-05-29 Thread Atanas Atanasov
Hi Stefi, I am having trouble getting my wlan card working. My problem is that after I load the kernel modules, I see no adapter with ifconfig. Could you please tell me whether after moving the ko file to /boot/kenel you did something else like kldxref or not. I tried to update the references