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obsd 3.3/4 usb 2.0 pci support
Did his question ever got answered? I couldn't find anything in the
Has anyone been successful with a particular card under 3.3?
> Wanted: USB 2.0 EHCI PCI add in card suggestions ASAP (works well,
> high performance, newer chipset).
> To :email@example.com
> Subject :Wanted: USB 2.0 EHCI PCI add in card suggestions ASAP (works
> well, high performance, newer chipset).
> From :f < firstname.lastname@example.org >
> Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2002 10:20:48 -0800 (PST)
> Hi All.
> I'm looking for a USB 2.0 EHCI controller card for a usual x86 PC 32
> bit PCI
> slot to be used with OpenBsd 3.2.
> I've used some IOGEAR GIC220U PCI USB 2.0 EHCI cards in other systems
> in the past
> (windows, redhat linux), and they worked well enough.
> When I was digging for information several months ago, however, I saw
> that it seemed like
> NEC and others had a couple generations of USB 2.0 EHCI PCI chips; the
> newer generation
> sounded like it had a lot more performance features / automation than
> their earlier USB
> 2.0 PCI ICs.
> So does anyone know what a relatively modern (higher performing / more
> automated / less CPU
> loading) PCI USB 2.0 controller solution is that works well with
> OpenBSD 3.2 or -current or
> even NetBSD / FreeBSD? I'd like to buy one today.
> I've seen various SIIG, IOGEAR, and several others at Fry's, but of
> course the package
> information never says what chipsets they use or whether it's BSD /
> LINUX compatible! :(