As such this tutorial won’t work for your situation. There is a newer, fixed version available at launchpad that we can try, but lets first make sure if it is indeed the best driver for your card. Broadcom Diver wont install, please help Do you consider using Windows driver with ndisgtk? Looks like your method is still going strong, thru Mint Originally Posted by Jim44 I don’t know what to do next. All went well this time around, except the computer still wouldn’t see the internal wifi card.

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I can’t begin to thank you enough. Just tried this on a Dell Latitude D running Ubuntu Posted by tangram at I just used your instructions on new install of Linux Mint If your chipset is supported as per above, but doesn’t work, please file a bug following the b43 driver procedure below.


Thank you very much!

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Open a new Terminal and use bfwcutter to extract and install brladcom firmware: See Also Wireless Troubleshooting Guide https: View LQ Wiki Contributions. The next command line wget etc Introduced in Linux 2. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.

HTTP request sent, awaiting response Please open a terminal, and post back the outputs of – Code:. Thanksyou are the greatest: The ndiswrapper package utilizes the Windows closed source drivers to activate your WiFi card. If you’re struggling with this I suggest reading some beginner material on Linux. Dude you really saved my bacon.

The second is the b43 driver, maintained upstream by the Linux kernel community. Sorry, installation of this driver failed.

wireless – Broadcom Wifi BCM [Airforce one54g] does not connect – Ask Ubuntu

This is a compaq presario. Partners Support Community Ubuntu. What you’re asking is well outside the scope of this howto. As this driver is closed source, fixes in the driver itself may only be provided by Broadcom.


Only the last command line echo “n43 etc gives me an access denied, when I try to go bgoadcom root by giving the su and enter command it asks for a password?? Broarcom cable is fine. No space left on device dpkg: I tried your sugestion, and it worked. Does this problem occur with the latest version of Ubuntu?

I’ve dabbled some in the file structure of my Android phones, and now I see how similar the basic architecture is with Linux.

I installed Linux and my wireless doesn’t work. But I can not connect to the Internet yet.

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