I’ve been struggling with the same issue for about half a day. Repeating it with the remove did the trick! Is there something like Device manager in windows? Operating System reports Kernel “Linux 3. Hopefully there is a solution.
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This question already has an answer here: Duck 2 Finally, the simple steps to remove bcmwl-kernel-source after install firmware-binstaller worked!
GNOME still clean and hoping updates additional drivers would netwkrk up but nope I then compared my model at http: It worked today Repeating it with the remove did the trick!
I may have tried way too much stuff I don’t understand yet with being new to Linux, probably way messed up. Gooderham 26 1 1 4. Thanks, I wish it was that simple That all said the LED is off and the hardware switch is on.
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I was hesitant about the “remove” command and tried it without first and it did not work. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
As soon as the reboot occurred the laptop’s WiFi indicator LED showed the card as being active, this was not even on prior. On WinXP the blue light was on when the switch was on I’ve been struggling with the same issue for about half a day.
This should allow you to download and install the proprietary drivers that are needed for some Broadcom cards to run. I followed some advice from other forums to try to install bcmwl-kernel-source which also did not work. Is there something like Device manager in windows? Nearly three years later and this answer remains valid. On boot I’d have a kernel log entry of: Broadcom Corporation BCM If those answers do not conntroller address your question, please ask a new question.
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Tried the procedures here – help. Or is System Information as close to that as there is? Hopefully there is a solution. I have a dell latitude d and the dsll below did resolve my issue.
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