I have a cheap usb wireless adapter (brandname=Tenda) and I would like to know whether it is supported or not.
It seems there are 805 kernel modules in FreeBSD-13.
% ls /boot/kernel/*.ko | wc -l
Can I just load all those kernel modules and check my wireless is working at all?
I'm new on FreeBSD, i'm trying to create the "skeleton" driver and run it.
I just create the "skeleton.c" and the "Makefile". When i run "make" it appear:
After google it, i found this thread: 49779.
But i can't find the source of the 13.0 version, it doesn't seem to be here...
Recently I transplanted an i2c device to FreeBSD on Raspberry 3b+, and needed to use a GPIO interrupt function. When using the gpio_alloc_intr_resource () function, it always returned NULL. I don’t know what went wrong.
And attach DTS configuration :
I want to make a sd card reader for FreeBSD on a RPI3 for a project like a SD card kernal module. I know how SD card works as with Block Device but block device is gone. So, I would like any suggestion on how to build a sd card driver in freebsd for ARM architecture. Thanks! Is there a library...
Hi, I have been running Solaris for many years, but am considering switching to FreeBSD, because of ZFS support which is important to me. So I have four questions that I hope you can help me with?
1) I have an LSI2008 sas card, is it supported?
2) I have a Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 Ti graphics...
I've been trying to figure out how to make my device driver respond to lseek. There doesn't seem to be an appropriate entry in the cdevsw structure (in src/sys/sys/conf.h).
Obviously I can make an ioctl call for this, but I'd like to do it it the right way.
FWIW, this is a device...