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HELP: Broadcom BCM [Airforce One 54g] just won work! [Archive] – Kubuntu Forums
Join our community today! I found another installer that works. July 6th, 3. Module ndiswrapper not found. Now your ready to setup your wireless internet. Either connect to the internet via wired connection and run this command: But when I go to ifconfig nothing shows in regards to the wireless device, and iwconfig brings up “lo, eth0, and sit0” and they all say “no wireless extensions.
Acer Woes I have an old Aspire Acer machine, that ran windows and I am turning it into a Debian linux machine to play on. Sign up using Facebook. I had the same problem. Email Required, but never shown.
wireless – Broadcom bcm airforce one 54g, can’t connect to WiFi – Ask Ubuntu
But I want to add one thing where I had difficulties: I think that the native Linux driver is not yet up to speed so unfortunately we’ll have to depend on ndiswrapper for now Thank you so much!! Probably works on all of the distro’s but I’m not an expert.
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You had the same problem with the same network card? I placed the bcmwl5. Thanks for the help. You can fix wifi problems using two methods: To use insmod I have to specify each individual file and I find that very confusing. I as well made sure the ndisinstaller was not present and that no files associated with either of them were available in the file system.
The LAST option is what worked for me. Are the firmware files installed?: Done Building dependency tree Reading state information Find More Posts by vharishankar View Blog. Make sure you do the update and upgrade before though.
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Trust me on this 1. The aorforce packages were automatically installed and are no longer required: After following your instructions, the wireless light blink and there it was – brilliant Find More Posts by TimRainey.
I’d already gone through the NDIS instructions, which didn’t work like they did in