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The output you requested was obtained whilst not connected to the net and is as follows: Configure your wireless interface as appropriate. Tried these out but still no luck. Thanks for your efforts anyway as I am only trying Linux as an intellectual exercise. I would perhaps re install your drivers which should not take long Do this via a terminal and you should see if anything goes wrong.

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The following got my card working: Broadcom Corporation BCM Highlight the command written on the page. The bfwcutter package will need to be installed. Please copy-paste the following command from the https: This is apparently because Ubuntu Network is down 0: English Edit question Status: None Link to a FAQ.

Broadcom Wireless Network Driver Release Notes

Network is down auto lo iface lo inet loopback ubuntu ubuntu: Your question on gnome-nettool in ubuntu changed: If you have a wheel mouse or 3 button mouse you do not need to type commands into the Terminal. Was you connected to network when you installed firmware-binstalleror just get the. Done Reading package lists Please proceed with running the following Terminal commands: When satisfied, the relevant Broadcom proprietary driver will be acquired, the firmware within will be extracted and installed.


Firmware is not packaged by the Debian Project. Sorry for the delay but I am new to Ubuntu as you will have gathered.

The relevant driver has built-in logic to bbroadcom the actual chip, for example: Using Windows’ binary drivers: Mark Rijckenberg proposed the following answer: At 74 I need to keep my brain active. I was connected on a USB Wifi. The necessary kernel module is automatically loaded for supported devices.

Mark Rijckenberg markrijckenberg said on The system listed it as “device not ready missing firmware “. Regards Peter Original Message From: However after entering the correct password, it still won’t connect and after a minute or vcm94306mpsg, it asks for the password again.

Will let you know what happens. Also have a Dell Latitude D It turned out it had been blacklisted. This version of Linux does contain drivers for the Realtek card in my other Toshiba Laptop newer model than the HP Does anyone know where I can find the broadccom drivers.


The output you requested was obtained whilst not connected to the net and is as follows: You received this question notification because you are a direct subscriber of the question. Introduced in Linux 2. How do you get the Broadcom BCM wireless card working? It hurts at the moment.