My name is Alex, and I already posted here once. I felt like returning to Haiku, I wanted to look what’s new and I’m really please to see the recent progress! I love the enthusiasm of this community.
So I wanted to give it a go and I installed Haiku on my hardware, dualboot with Xubuntu. It’s all good, but one problem still persists. I have an unfortunate BCM 4313, which (unlike BCM 4312) isn’t supported by Haiku, so I have no internet connection on it. Thus, I’m going to use Haiku for undistracted fiction writing and coding - being offline has it’s uses.
But I still want to make Haiku use wi-fi. Did anything change since 2 years ago? How can I at least theoretically make it work? Is there a way to turn Windows BCM 4313 driver to FreeBSD driver, and from it to Haiku driver? Any help or advice appreciated. (It doesn’t help that I’m not a programmer, just an amateur coder.)
I wish you all a good day!