I am also being affected by this on Hardy Heron Beta1 wrath wrath- laptop: You can learn more about bug statuses at https: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Double click on the package to install or in a Terminal issue the following commands: Jordan Keyes jkeyes0 wrote on AMD dropped support for older graphics cards in Catalyst v.
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What else do I need to do?
I didn’t need to put rmmod b43, b44, b43legacy, bcm43xx, etc because the bcm43xx module has not loaded yet at S01 in rc1. Found a comment on a thread that suggested removing the ssb kernel module and installing the wl one, ran: And to comment, I have no idea if this is the “broadcom sta wireless driver” listed in the hardware devices manager in kubuntu 9.
Your only recourse is to use ndiswrapper. Then I tried Anders suggestion and it did not work either. If you’d like me to still make a separate bug, I can, but I’m not sure why.
Uninstall the Broadcom STA wireless driver 3.
It works with Ubuntu 8. Use the switch to turn the wireless radio on 7.
Michael Rooney mrooney wrote on Granted, with the latest updates to Ubuntu, ndiswrapper works, but it’s intermittent for me. As per the Broadcom readme file for driver version 6. The second is the b43 driver, maintained upstream by the Linux kernel community.
Same bug for me, and no solution has worked The b43, b43legacy, brcmsmac and wl drivers do not support any USB devices.
Use the switch to turn the wireless radio off 5. NDISwrapper This should only be used as a last resort, if the device is not supported by Linux kernel drivers e.
Broadcom bcm card isn’t working by default. I tried Ubuntu before and because the wireless kept giving me error i stopped using linux for a while and now i’m back to give it another try and hopefully stay with linux, so help me out please.
Broadcom 43xx wireless devices
I’m unsubscribing myself from this bug now. I have not tried Ubuntu 8. Originally Posted by claudius I live in a remote area with massive signal interference so I’m not worried about people hacking my network because I get weak reception on my porch and the router is less than feet away dBm. The ndis-wrapper was the only way to get it to work and ssb was getting in the way.
Oliver Mayer om wrote on It is installed but I do not know how to get the driver and configure it.
How do I get Broadcom BCM Wireless working
The time now is February 21st, 2. I hope this gets resolved before release — Gutsy was the first one where wireless worked decently for me, I’d hate to have it broken again.
Comment on this change optional. These instructions were originally found here: I have the Broadcom BCM as well and the problem seems not to appear when I’m using the kernel instead of the generic on Hardy 2. Liux does the job quite well. Haven’t rebooted yet, though.