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I have tested the ndis driver for RTL8185 on i386. Don't use the most recent version of the driver, I could not get it to work. Instead use XP version 1.10, It is 290,944 bytes in size. Could not get it to automatically initialize the device at boot time, I have to manually load it. I'll be looking into remedying that. You might also have to manually configure your network settings as the graphical network manager did not work for me. I'll be testing it on amd64 once I download and install it. Until then Happy Wireless Configuring!
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Revision as of 16:30, 12 March 2011


I am surprised no one has used this discussion page to talk about stuff in the wireless section. Even if you have doubts something works. Well for the first post I will confirm on x86 bwn-firmware-kmod works for bcm4311. I will try later on on amd64 arch of pcbsd when i reinstall the os for tutorial purposes (and that will be when i get a decent manual focusing camera that is good on close ups (even extreme ones)). Unless you like to share another method of doing so without rewiteing on my /dev/ada0 . Well until later!

-bebuxe


I have tested the ndis driver for RTL8185 on i386. Don't use the most recent version of the driver, I could not get it to work. Instead use XP version 1.10, It is 290,944 bytes in size. Could not get it to automatically initialize the device at boot time, I have to manually load it. I'll be looking into remedying that. You might also have to manually configure your network settings as the graphical network manager did not work for me. I'll be testing it on amd64 once I download and install it. Until then Happy Wireless Configuring!

-ikreos