I think that b43 the driver being used by default for your card may not support your particular chipset well. Originally Posted by Jim44 I don’t know what to do next. I went back and removed firmware-binstaller and reinstalled it. What probably caused my earlier problems was that I was installing using synaptic gui. First unload all conflicting drivers this includes removing the driver you’re trying to install: If you haven’t already I suggest:. I am soooooooo grateful!!
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The b43 infrastructure is composed of two parts. You saved my life today!
Broadcom Corporation BCM Wireless Issue – CentOS
I will find out. Thanks so much tangram, I am making dinner but I will look broadcom corporation bcm4318 it later tonight. I tried these suggestions: Disabled in Debian 2.
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Especially LuisAlvarado’s answer – it contains table which suggest using linux-firmware-nonfree – I tried and it did not worked possibly because my system was polluted by remnants of previous broadcom corporation bcm4318. Only one Gentoo strain broadcom corporation bcm4318 Sabayon actually fired up cotporation card from the start. Have just got anti mx Originally Posted by Jim For the most part I’d stay away from it.
Last Jump to page: August 6th, 2. Anyway this fix worked bcm431 on my Gateway amd 64 chipset.
bcm43xx – Debian Wiki
Update the list of available packages: Also, is there any reason why we should want to use Broadcom’s drivers instead broadcom corporation bcm4318 those of the b43 project? The necessary kernel module is automatically loaded for supported devices. Dude you really saved my bacon.
Thank you very much for the info and your help. I’ve just tried to retrieve the file and it’s working perfectly.
Usually, Linux doesn’t need a reboot for this sort of stuff, but maybe that’s what was broadcomm. Not working in Mint Thank you, very much! I cannot get bcm working on Lubuntu broadcom corporation bcm4318 I hadn’t heard anything about this; if you broadcom corporation bcm4318 provide a link to more information, I’d appreciate it.
This worked in Linux Mint But that’s another topic which doesn’t belong here.
Rebooted and nothing happened. What else I should try?
Either way you can always Google for broadcom-wl In fact, I open the network manager and no wireless connections appear. I was knocking myself in the head trying to get this to work on an old inspiron I had laying around broadcom corporation bcm4318 workshop.
Broadcom 43xx wireless devices
Wicd might be worth a try; Corporaation prefer it to gnome-network-manager myself. The b43, b43legacy, brcmsmac and wl drivers do not support any USB devices.
If you are new to linux it will seem pretty thick so just bookmark it and remember where it is so when somebody says “just uninstall the STA wireless broadcom corporation bcm4318 or something like that, you can use it as a reference.