FreeBSD Gets USB 3.0 Support

FreeBSD Gets USB 3.0 Support
FreeBSD is getting support for USB 3.0. “Commit initial version of new XHCI driver which was written from scratch. This driver adds support for USB3.0 devices. The XHCI interface is also backwards compatible to USB2.0 and USB1.0 and will eventually replace the OHCI/UHCI and EHCI drivers.”
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