Select all su -c “modprobe wl” though it should load automatically after that. Dell Wireless Is this the same situation now? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. Select all lspci -knn grep -iA2 net.

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Then there is no driver for that card available.

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fell The wireless card itself is designed by a top brand Qualcomm Atheros Communications Inc. Thanks for helping me. Broadcom Limited BCM Installation was successful, but could not get the WiFi connected to the internet. Broadcom Corporation BCM Ask your questions here!


Dell Wireless 1704 (DW1704)

I installed Debian 7. Sorry the version is I seem to remember Dell offered offers?

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Then sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source This should make wireless connections work. Hi Pilot6This is the output of lspci -knn grep Net -A2 You might rummage in Linux wirelessperhaps there is something cooking there.

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Users browsing this forum: I could be dell, but it looks to me from the information you’ve provided like that ought to work. The MX Linux repositories: Excellent advice it worked!!. Select all su -c “modprobe wl” though it should load automatically after that. There is no Ubuntu Wirelless Wireless Perhaps a bleeding-edge distribution rolling experimental release like Fedora’s rawhide has this enabled, or there is an experimental driver you can compile yourself.

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Please edit your question and add output of lspci -knn grep Net -A2 terminal command. Here is wrieless output from running the Wireless Info Script. If not, please edit with additional information. Tried searching for documentation to fix this issue but unable to find any that makes sense. Can you please help! Did the instructions given in answers to that question not enable you to solve this?


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