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Broadcom Wireless Cards. Did it work for you? You may not vote on this poll. Last Jump broadcoom page: Results 1 to 10 of June 15th, 1. Join Date May Beans Hidden! The easiest way to do it is to open the Hardware Drivers program go to the System menu in the top left corner of the screen, and click Administration, and then Hardware Drivers and check the Broadcom B43 wireless driver box, and reboot. A couple of notes about that procedure: It installs the b43 driver, which is semi-open source.
The b43 driver works decently and will cover most peoples’ wireless needs, and is easy to setup. However, you brosdcom also choose to use ndiswrapper, which will provide you with a slightly faster connection. For information on how to set that up, see http: Those of you using WEP may also want to note: Originally Posted by DrSpirograph.
To work around and get WEP going, you can do the following: To use the native bcm43xx driver: There are all obsolete but I’ll leave them here in case anyone needs them for any reason: June 16th, 2. Join Date Nov Beans 2.
You achieved your goal June 16th, 3. Join Date Jun Beans Broadcom Wireless Cards Getting ready to try this. Does it install ndisrapper from the ubuntu install cd or do I need to be connected to the internet? June 16th, 4.
Broadcom Wireless Cards Ok I tried this out. Had to connect with my wired NIC and enable the extra repositories to det ndiswrapper. My light didn’t light up so I thought it didn’t work, but when I rebooted it came on.
I get the green bars in the toolbar but I can’t laod any websites. Firefox just sits there and says something like locating page or bradcom page, something like that. I’ve got WEP setup on my router and properly entered in network properties and everything.
I’m not sure why I can’t view any sites. Thank for this script.
This is the closest I’ve come to getting wireless to work on my laptop compaq vwm. I feel like I’m one step away from getting it to work completely. Any help is appreciated. I’m not sure what happened but I’m posting from Ubuntu now thanks to compwiz Only took me about a week to get it working. Now I’m scared to install all the updates it’s telling me are available for fear it will screw something up.
June 17th, 5. Broadcom Wireless Cards I updated broadcoj guide to reflect comments and questions, so now it should be easier to use.
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June 17th, 6. Join Date Jun Beans 1. Broadcom Wireless Cards Thanks so much for the help! I was slightly discouraged when my wireless stopped working after I upgraded Breezy to Dapper, but it’s working perfectly now. June 18th, 7.
Join Date Mar Beans Thanks for the great info! June 19th, 8.
Join Date Jun Beans 2. Thanks for your help!
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June 19th, 9. Join Date Jun Beans Hidden! Broadcom Wireless Cards Got mine working but can’t see it in network manager. Anyway to use something other than wep?