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I’m kind of a noob. Log in or sign up in seconds. But I can’t get my wireless freeas card to work.
No NIC driver Atheros chip AR | FreeNAS Community
On a dual-boot system, the inventory can be created from the other operating system. You should still have a backup of your data.
Joined Oct 29, Messages 2 Thanks 0. I’m getting complaints about the “slow transfer or slow ftp” from feenas employees and I thought about changing the hole thing to OMV.
No NIC driver Atheros chip AR9287
If they are zfs, you should be able to install omv on the box and the zfs plugin. Anyone have a guide?
Probably better off with FreeBSD. I’ve been searching around in the Forums and maybe this is a hole new problem And those that could use it will probably complain that “it still sucks”. It’s a common mistake and thankfully one you can fix for a small investment of funds.
Not such a serious barrier so far ;- Next installment, joining a network. Most device drivers on FreeBSD have a manual page which lists the hardware supported atherros that driver.
So my questions are: Forums New posts Search forums. Joined Mar 25, Messages 19, Thanks 1, Maybe it needs another post? I’ve tried Import and got this outcome: Then mount the drives and go Intel cards should work well.
Joined Jan 22, Messages 4, Thanks Since this hardware exists, this driver should not be removed from a custom kernel configuration file. That way there’s less room for misunderstandings.
Alright, before I begin I’ll ask moderators to move my post if it’s not in the right section. I’ll set this to closed. Joined Mar 6, Messages Thanks How do I identify performance bottlenecks? Another tool for finding hardware is pciconf 8which provides more verbose output. If I do it, will I loose any data?