[PC-BSD Support] WIRELESS PCI CARD
antik at raidon.eu
Mon Jun 25 07:24:07 PDT 2007
On Monday, 25. June 2007 17:13:09 Nicholas Lysaght wrote:
> Hi All.
> I have just loaded PC-BSD for the first time, and I like it. I have loaded
> it on two computers, the first (where this is coming from) is ADSL wired to
> the Internet through a Realtek 8139 NIC.
> The second is connected to the Net via a D-Link DWL-G520 Wireless Card.
> This is the one I'm interested in (for now). I did some searching on the
> FreeBSD site, and turned up here:
> It seems to indicate that the Atheros Chipset in the DWL-G520 is supported
> by FreeBSD, however it would also seem that the Kernel has to be rewritten
> (?), in order to accomodate the driver.
> I have come from a non-unix (but also non-MS) operating system, and am not
> sure if I have "put the cart before the horse". :-) Does support in FreeBSD
> also means support in PC-BSD? If so, is the Driver(s) already present in
> PC-BSD? If so, could it be installed without anything really drastic like a
> Kernel re-write? If not, how would I go about politely requesting that it
> be put on the todo list for your next OS revision? If this is uncharted
> territory, please let me know. Maybe there's something I can do.
> I look forward to hear from you. Thanks in advance.
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