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Old 13th March 2009
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Default OpenBSD + BCM4312 [it appears that its BCM4315]


I am a long time OpenBSD user and I run it on several servers/desktops.
Last friday I bought Lenovo IdeaPad S10S and I`ve already noticed, that - among some minor glitches - everything works reasonably good.
Everything but not the BCM4312 [probobly] chip-based WLan card.
Actually, it was hard to determine the card chipset, but I figured out other way.
The card is not being detected on on boot. The only interface I get is bge0, which stands for
the ether lan connector, not the actual WLan, which is usually bwi0, or something similar to this.
Anyway - do you have any info? How can I get this running?

Thanks in advance for any help

Last edited by marc; 13th March 2009 at 02:47 PM.
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