Re: Broadcom BCM4310 USB Controller (Wifi)
- From: Paul B Mahol <onemda@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2010 14:50:33 +0000
On 11/22/10, Paul B Mahol <onemda@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 11/22/10, Alberto Villa <avilla@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Wednesday 17 November 2010 10:57:34 Paul B Mahol wrote:
Please use ndis5 branch. master branch is in heavy development.CURRENT.
CURRENT branch just blindly (and badly) track code on FreeBSD
ok. unfortunately in this test i made an error and just saw that...
`--> git status
# On branch ndis5
# Your branch is ahead of 'origin/ndis5' by 13 commits.
i hope it's ok for this time
Git status should be empty.
Just pull again. Or clone repo again, or do not use git and
fetch tar.gz from site.
I did some changes with forced rebase so that happened.
When you say what you did be more specific, like are you are using
i386 or amd64, and so on.
FreeBSD echo.hoth 9.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 9.0-CURRENT #2 r215448M:
Thu Nov 18 08:34:00 CET 2010
my kernel configuration file is a GENERIC trimmed down to the minimum
(so that everything possible is loaded as a module)
amd64, I see. And another broadcom card on CURRENT and on amd64 just
panics, but this is another driver.
Can you post link to your driver?
For using code in branch master and ndis5, you will need to reinstall
ndisgen and ndiscvt from git repo
and do not use one from FreeBSD world. This also means you will need
to regenerate miniport module with
new ndiscvt & ndisgen because interface have changed slightly.
i did it, and here you are the results:
Why it picked MAC first time without problems, otherwise ndis0 would never
attach, and second time it reports error?
For a moment disable wpa_supplicant in your rc.conf. And try to get scan
results via ifconfig(8).
# ifconfig wlan0 destroy
# ifconfig wlan create wlandev ndis0
# ifconfig wlan0 up
# ifconfig wlan0 list scan
And upload relevant dmesg output (ndis/NDIS lines) somewhere.
And/or contact me off-list.
I managed to fix panic on amd64 for driver I'm using.
So try the latest version.
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