OpenBSD Finally Has USB 3.0 Support
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 12 November 2014 at 08:04 PM EST. 38 Comments
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OpenBSD's latest feature is support for USB 3.0.

For those using OpenBSD, as of last week USB 3.0 support was committed to the operating system. When enabling XHCI for OpenBSD, most USB 3.0 features are working but isochronous transfers go unsupported for now.


Confirmation of USB 3.0 finally landing for OpenBSD was made to the OpenBSD journal.
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