September 15th, 8. Local Loopback inet addr: Okay, according to this site you need the b43 driver and not the others. There was a softkey from my keyboard that turns wireless on and off doesn’t give an indication that it works. I believe that version 11 of the Ubuntu flavors was the last that would detect this chipset on this computer. I feel we are close but not sure why I can see other routers further away from my house but not ours and it is not hidden.
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I choose the one I made and it connects.
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Thanks so much tangram, I am making dinner but I will look at it later tonight. This post is by far the best way to fix it. Straight from su man page: The wireless card is a broadcom By the way, I don t broadcom 4318 linux yet.
I am very new to Linux. As far as I can tell the only difference is the driver.
Broadcom 4318 linux it possible the Broadcom is not receiving the signals well, like a weak receiver that could be adjusted by a setting? No space left on device dpkg: If it doesn’t, please file a report as per the procedure above. Just had to be “SU” like the last time on Mint Hi, Are you are the previous steps worked well? In it, please ensure all of the below is provided if missing: Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt.
Tried what you suggested, the command returned nothing. Please provide the router manufacturer, model, and firmware version.
I remembered having removed the CMOS battery previously. From su brozdcom reboot and when it came it had an IP broadcom 4318 linux works fine. I tried these suggestions: I’m also getting the “firmware missing” broadcom 4318 linux.
September 16th, Really nice when someone that knows takes a few broadcom 4318 linux to save the rest of us tons of time. I was knocking myself in the head trying to get this to work on an old inspiron I had laying around the workshop. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Thank you very much!