Network driver for ARM FreeBSD 13?

Discussion in 'Other Guest OS Types Discussion' started by nsayer, Nov 1, 2021.

  1. nsayer

    nsayer Bit Poster

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    I downloaded the bootonly iso for FreeBSD 13 and it boots up, but there's no network interface found. The ARM Parallels doesn't have a selector for picking a card to emulate, and what I see on pciconf -l is a 1ab8 4000.
    I tried loading all of the available if_*.ko modules for it, but none of them appeared to match. I take it this means that I have to install from a proper image (that has everything the installer needs) and then install a driver for it after (Parallels tools for FreeBSD?), right?
     
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  2. nsayer

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    I managed to fetch the distfile for parallels-tools 0.1.2, which matches what is in the default ports tree. I was able to build it, but attempting to load it results in this.
     

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  3. nsayer

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    I tried a version 14 snapshot and it has a working network interface driver. I guess I'll have to wait for 13.1 for stable branch support.
     
  4. lvv.me

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    yeah, update to 13.1 solved.
     

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