The necessary kernel module is automatically loaded for supported devices. In my case I’m using a custom 2. I have also V compaq laptop. Brilliant, I have been trying to get mint 17 wireless working for weeks. Using Windows’ binary drivers:
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Broadcom 43xx wireless devices
Now I have a wlan0, but I can’t do anything with it. Board index All times are UTC. Not working in Mint I have Debian Lenny. What probably caused my earlier problems was that I was installing using synaptic gui.
Debian User Forums • View topic – HOWTO: Broadcom BCM [AirForce One 54g] g Wireless
In the command below replace drivername with the driver you want to blacklist: For more granular support information, please see their wiki page here. I can now leave the bedroom. Anonymous Newbie from above: Last Jump to page: In it, please ensure all of the below is provided if missing: I have no idea!
The author claims that every release makes bcm43xx harder. I’ve used the following method on two different laptops and they work very well. Which I never use and hardly ever make.
Thank You Very Much for these commands!!! September 16th, 9. Partners Support Community Ubuntu.
The first step is to check if this is actually the network card you have. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. God bless you tangram! I am NOT responsible for your computer. Stop reciting the verses of ignorance.
Do take notice that this Howto was created a years ago on Broaadcom 12 so there might be steps that need change. September 15th, 2.
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For a Linux newbie installing Mint on an old Inspironthis is great I managed to get this working on an Ubuntu I later installed the b43w cutter and installer with no luck. If i wanted to become a Air Force Pilot what would i have to do?
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Do I have to get online to get online? Find More Posts by rob. Worked perfectly on 1st computer. Also i tried the command: