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Old 11-22-2011, 09:49 PM   #1
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Unhappy OpenIndiana help.

Not sure if this is considered part of OpenSolaris even though it's based on it... but here goes.

I have an ASIX AX88x72A USB network adapter and regardless of what I do the driver will not load properly, or the system lacks a driver to allow the USB NIC to function.

Is this NIC supported by OpenIndiana and if so, is the USB-MID the correct module to have loaded, and if not, how can I get it to detect and load the correct module?
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What says the driver tool present on the live distribution CD ?


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