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[ 20:37 wulf ] Original commit 
utouch-kmod 0.0.1 misc  Ignore files touched by this commit Kernel driver for absolute USB HID mouses
utouch - driver for absolute USB HID mouses emulated by some virtualization
systems like Virtual Box, BHyve, e.t.c. It uses evdev protocol to communicate
with userland applications like libinput and xf86-input-evdev.

The driver should be installed in to the guest FreeBSD system. Host system
should be configured to emulate mouse as a single-touch USB tablet.

WWW: https://github.com/wulf7/utouch

It is a temporary solution until absolute coords support is added to ums(4)
driver. That is why it is not imported into the base system.

PR:		240261
Approved by:	koobs
Sun, 18 Aug 2019
[ 22:05 wulf ] Original commit 
iwmbt-firmware 20190717 comms files touched by this commit Intel Wireless 8260 bluetooth adaptor firmwares used by iwmbtfw(8)
New port:	comms/iwmbt-firmware

Firmware for the Intel Wireless 8260/8265 chip based Bluetooth USB devices.
To be downloaded with iwmbtfw(8).

WWW: https://packages.debian.org/firmware-iwlwifi
WWW: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/firmware/linux-firmware.git

PR:		237083
Reviewed by:	koobs
Approved by:	koobs
Fri, 15 Feb 2019
[ 21:31 wulf ] Original commit 
ath3k-firmware 20161130 comms  Broken Ignore files touched by this commit Atheros AR3011/AR3012 bluetooth adaptor firmwares used by ath3kfw(8)
New port: comms/ath3k-firmware

Firmware for the Atheros AR3011/AR3012 chip based Bluetooth USB devices.
To be downloaded with ath3kfw(8).

WWW: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/firmware/linux-firmware.git

PR:		233889
Approved by:	koobs
Number of commits: 5
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