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I’m hoping either the person posting that answer or somebody else here could post their recommendations for the “rev 02” version of this card. Follow my instructions on this thread: I followed the “wifi the easy way” and it worked but then the wireless disappeared after restart. Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. This question has been asked before and already has an answer.
I ended up using the b43 module. If after doing that it still doesn’t work, I’d advise you do what I’ve done to install drivers for lesser-recognized wireless devices. Yet when i run the Puppy Linux live CD it works fine. June 1st, 4. It may be worth asking a question via Launchpad a similar one here. Slitaz requires installing the drivers install linux-wireless. I was wondering if anyone knows of a driver or way to get “a” band working in Ubuntu.
You have to connect the computer to the internet using an ethernet cable and then do a system update to give it the opportunity to automatically download the correct drivers. Find More Posts by chriiiiis.
I didn’t see anything in the other page about the linux-firmware-nonfree package. Mojo, Thank for your direction. Broadcom Corporation BCM Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Wording is anyone had this working or had any other ideas, thanks in advance.
[ubuntu] a using Broadcom BCM?
The drivers have been removed to shrink the iso size. Run broadvom and then browse to where the. I install and open the Synaptic Package Manager, and then search for what I’m looking for.
I tried to play around with the wireless manager but it seems to hang. Yes, I already have “bfwcutter” installed as well as “firmware-binstaller” based on another recommendation I read that stated these cards have some ‘on-chip firmware’ that needs to be run, and supposedly this firmware package loads that – however, it has had no effect.
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. You can find the. In recent years it appears Linux has supported all the Broadcom cards I’ve thrown at it, although if I recall correctly there’s a minor trick to it.
BB code is On. Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers 47 answers. Everything is working great except for the wireless Ethernet card.
I have several in various states of disrepair, the newest being a