Broadcom wireless driver can be installed from source package or you can install the pre-compiled version. This resolved the issue and then I installed the broadcom-wl driver through the following command: Check out the FAQ! However, here the solution for Centos 6 http: All times are GMT Next optional step would be to fix the linux-firmware version in order to avoid updates until the issue is solved.
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This is well beyond the previous bm driver.
First We need to figure out the chipset of the wireless device Type the following code in the terminal lspci -k grep -A 3 -i “network” check your wireless chipset number and the kernel driver in use with the following lspci Any of these listed?
Comment 25 Dennis Wagelaar Great glad you groadcom it working.
The script then copies the wl. Attached lspci –nn for 4.
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I have attempted to uncover if this is the case by grepping the log files. I have recently got acer aspire R7 g. Thanks the post worked perfect for me.
Can anybody help me? Fedora, wifi card not working, Lenovo c, Broadcom Notify me of new comments via email. Is this a bug and the wrong file was being sourced?
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Comment 18 Davide Broadcm Broadcom Limited BCM However, here the solution for Centos 6 http: This may work for you too. In Fedora 19 and above, I noticed that if I add the Russian Fedora Repo and then update the system, Wireless Drivers automatically gets installed and after restarting the system it works properly. I hope that these techiques will do the job.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here All networking was working with 4. Last edited by schneidz; at The hardware device drivers exist in binary code and do not need modifying.
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Try each one of them and tell me which one worked: I hope broarcom works. I use Fedora 16 with a kernel 3. I had similar problem with BCM you can confirm you have this card by doing: The initial instructions are fine for Intel 64 bit machines but should note that Intel 32 bit machines require the kernel- PAE -devel package.