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Date:      Thu, 16 Jun 2016 13:06:00 -0500
From:      Brandon J. Wandersee <brandon.wandersee@gmail.com>
To:        Christian Baer <christian.baer@uni-dortmund.de>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: advice for buying a laptop
Message-ID:  <86fusdj9fb.fsf@WorkBox.Home>
In-Reply-To: <njrqri$73g$2@ger.gmane.org>
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Christian Baer writes:

> On 06/09/16 20:43, Brandon J. Wandersee wrote:
>
>> If you're reading this message, then you can be absolutely certain that
>> the Intel Centrino 6205 chip---the kind shipped in the exact make and
>> model of the laptop the OP is interested in---works just fine with
>> FreeBSD. The 10.1-RELEASE installer automatically detected and
>> configured it.
>
> Did it require any additional firmware as another person stated?

No, it's handled by the iwn(4) driver.

-- 

::  Brandon J. Wandersee
::  brandon.wandersee@gmail.com
::  --------------------------------------------------
::  'The best design is as little design as possible.'
::  --- Dieter Rams ----------------------------------



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