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Introduction

I was an OpenBSD developer from 2006 until 2016. My main working area within the project was in hardware, especially writing and porting device drivers.

Graphic drivers

udl

The udl(4) driver supports USB display devices based on the DisplayLink DL-120 / DL-160 chips.

Authors:
Marcus Glocker

uvideo

The uvideo(4) driver implements the USB Video Class (UVC) specification and supports video devices (e.g. webcams) based on it.

Authors:
Robert Nagy and Marcus Glocker.

802.11 drivers

upgt

The upgt(4) driver supports the Conexant / Intersil PrismGT SoftMAC USB GW3887 chips. Supported bus type is USB.

Authors:
Marcus Glocker

bwi

The bwi(4) driver supports the Broadcom Airforce 802.11b/g chips. Supported bus types are PCI and Cardbus.

Authors:
Original DragonFlyBSD driver by Sepherosa Ziehau.
Ported to OpenBSD by Johnathan Gray, and Marcus Glocker

malo

The malo(4) driver supports the Marvell Libertas 88W8335, 88W8310, and 88W8385 802.11b/g chips. Supported bus types are PCI, Cardbus, and Compact Flash (PCMCIA).

Authors:
PCI (88W8335) and Cardbus (88W8310) driver by Claudio Jeker and Marcus Glocker.
Following Compact Flash (88W8385) driver by Marcus Glocker.

pgt

The pgt(4) driver supports the Conexant / Intersil PrismGT Full-MAC ISL3877, ISL3880, and ISL3890 802.11a/b/g chips. Supported bus types are PCI and Cardbus.

Authors:
Original FreeBSD driver by Brian Fundakowski.
Ported to OpenBSD by Claudio Jeker and Marcus Glocker.

acx

The acx(4) driver supports the Texas Instruments ACX100 / ACX111 802.11a/b/g chips. Supported bus types are PCI and Cardbus.

Authors:
Original DragonFlyBSD driver by Sepherosa Ziehau.
Ported to OpenBSD by Johnathan Gray, Claudio Jeker , and Marcus Glocker.

Zaurus

HOWTO install OpenBSD on a Zaurus C3000