I got my hands on a MacBook Air 2009, and I'm trying to see if I'm able to use the internal Wi-Fi card on FreeBSD 9/i386. The output of pciconf -lv is as follows: Code: none6@pci0:3:0:0: class=0x028000 card=0x0090106b chip=0x432814e4 rev=0x05 hd=0x00 vendor = 'Broadcom corporation' device = 'BCM4321 802.11a/b/g/n' class = network It seems that BCM4321 isn't supported by bwn, so I tried with ndisulator. I downloaded the drivers provided by Apple, unzipped them and used ndisgen to create a kernel module. I used the files bcmwl6.inf and bcmwl6.sys and obtained bcmwl6_sys.ko. When I load the module on the system console I get a number of messages like Code: no match for NdisMRegisterInterrputEx no match for NdisMIndicateStatusEx no match for NdisAllocateMdl ... NDIS dummy called... And the card doesn't appear as a new network device. Am I doing something wrong or the card is not supported event with ndis? I tried also to obtain a different version of the driver with bcmwl5.sys/inf, but then I don't get even the error messages. Anyone had some luck with this network card?