FREENAS ATHEROS DRIVER
Great, now we can claim even better support. However I would be really grateful for some assistance getting it working anyway, then I can write a how-to for other people who would like to try and are happy using a command-line approach. Why Build a Custom Kernel? For example, the following lines indicate that the psm 4 driver found a mouse:. I’m thinking less than 5, and their performance and range is utter crap.
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I’m kind of a noob. Log in or sign up in seconds. If they are ufs, you really should convert to a native Linux filesystem.
And indeed it did. I’ll do this overnight Anyone have a guide?
Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Maybe it needs another post? I’ll set this to closed.
I have taken on-board the comments made above. If I do it, will I loose any data?
I have installed the FreeNAS rreenas. Why Build a Custom Kernel? Built new computer for freenas, stupidly didn’t check supported hardware.
The freebsd documentation already describes wireless configuration so, as far as I can tell, the only bit missing is how to get the kernel module the atheros one in this case loaded into the kernel.
I Think it’s a great step then Finding the System Hardware.
conf/ Atheros AR connectivity problem to Gigabit switch
This is the card, its got an AR chip and I believe it is supported. How do I import this in command line with -f? More crap that can go wrong.
But at the end of the day it’s a waste for the developer resources and very few people would benefit. Resources Latest reviews Search resources.
Assuming your board would has open slots I’d suggest the pcie version of the e If they are zfs, you stheros be able to install omv on the box and the zfs plugin. Thanks for the tips, I ended up going with this card: What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity.