Perhaps you might try the linux-image- 2. BCM [AirForce 54g] No, don’t use that one. Also, please specifically note if the issue does or does not appear in the 2. Larry, The behavior is pretty weird.
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Lubuntu Wireless Driver for BCM [14e] (rev 02) – Ask Ubuntu
Loading firmware version 0x, patch level 14 I tried b43legacy but it does absolutely nothing Someone that can try an earlier build can confirm? I had open a thread on: Even with the latest kernel version, I can’t use b43 to connect to my AP. If you are having a WiFi issue, please see below on getting this addressed.
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Removed from Linux at 2. Device is fully-supported using driver ‘e’.
Broadcom 43xx wireless devices
For info, please visit http: I’ve just started trying to help out with bug reporting. The current Hardy kernel config shows the following.
Restore VT fonts on switch. If the version of the driver you are using in the repository is the latest version available as per BroadcomBroadcom wants you to send them an email about this to linux-wlan-client-support-list broadcom.
CONFIG_BCM43XX: Broadcom BCM43xx wireless support (DEPRECATED)
PCI interrupt for device Interference in the 2. This has not been fixed. Through the GUI or via iwconfig? To find out your current kernel use the command: Mint is Ubuntu based. Unfortunately its not available until after you’ve performed an installation as far as I know.
Michael Anderson 11 3. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. This question already has an answer here: What confuses me is that they say the kernel autoloader should have done the “right thing.
If so, can you test the file-permissions hardy bfwcutter- package did not fix file-permissions until recent upload of version In recent years it appears Linux has supported all the Broadcom cards I’ve thrown at it, although if I recall correctly there’s a minor trick to it.
I don’t know if this part also affects Ubuntu, but regardless, the above fixes the bcm430. Same behavior with The card was working fine prior to upgrading to 8.
Find More Posts by chriiiiis. Therefore, looks like this is a regression in NetworkManager, as suggested by Cimmo