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If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! I am a pretty clueless Ubuntu user, so bear with me. Further, lspci -k revealed that a driver is running, but no kernel module which might be unusual, I don’t know: View LQ Imni-card Contributions.
– Cannot connect to wireless network with a Broadcom BCM b/g WLAN card – Ask Ubuntu
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And I had the wireless card working again! Reply what happens, then I’ll proceed further. There is absolutely no reason not to go to the manufacturer for drivers when they are available.
According to my Ubuntu Software Center that driver is already installed.
How can I figure out which of the solutions on http: Wjreless, I can’t connect to the internet through it. Where should I have looked for the answer on my own?
Can’t get Dell Wireless 1490 card to work in Ubuntu
Visit the following links: Then why don’t you edit your answer and describe step by step process to do so. Validate you don’t have loaded or built into the kernel the Linux community provided driver for Broadcom hardware. I can’t mini-carf the file that he is talking about editing in the link. Having a problem logging in?
Xell starting out and have a question? Finally, I used dmesg grep firmware to find out that I’m having serious trouble with my firmware:. Your lsmod says wl module is loaded which is proprietary driver and should have worked. After that – reload b43 module as root: You can also try installing proprietary Broadcom driver: It will display all of PCI connected hardware.
linux – wireless network not working, interface (wlan0) missing – Super User
Please daul your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. Did you go to network option? What I have found is b44 comes in linux-image.
Finally, I used dmesg grep firmware to find out that I’m having serious trouble with my firmware: Also try b43 driver which is an alternative for your wireless chip.
If it turns out to be the wrong one, you will either need to check out which one to insert insmod or check out a tool to ‘wrap’ the windows driver into a linux compatible version ndiswrapper. Because I can’t connect to any wireless notwork, I tried to configure some hardware stuff I barely understand: Use lspci command to display the details about hardware.
May be you could get your wired network running with this then try the above steps: Further progress to next roadblock Thanks again, farslayer. Further, lspci -k revealed that a driver is running, but no kernel module which might be unusual, I don’t know:. Obviously I’m on the wrong track, and taking wild guesses.