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Find More Posts by lakedude. Drivers for Linux almost never come with any hardware. If and only if your card is not among the ones listed, you edll have to use ndiswrapper.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. When it asks you if you want to install firmware say yes! Alternatively, have you tried configuring and connecting using the GUI network manager?
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Dell wireless with Broadcom BCM chip, and 2. Im just hating windows more every day Use that link above. Well the thing i have a laptop dell latitude d and i installed ubuntu 8. KDE has a nice wireless manager that is easy to use. I’m talking about leaving the “consumer” level, and moving to a cheap, enterprise, WAP from Ubiquiti. I use a free Android app to configure it at each client-site.
If the wireless device does NOT show up with ifconfig, then look for it using “dmesg” and “lspci”.
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Latituce Posted by glidermike. Assuming that wlan0 is the wireless device This will tell us if you are able to see any access points including yours.
Have 3 dead “nubs” here. In addition, does anybody know if the linux driver would drive the card, if I bought one???? Results 1 to 3 of 3. Does anybody know if there are faster drivers for either my Broadcom card, or my Intel card???? Fastest wifi card for Dell Latitude D http: For most–or all–of the commands, you need “sudo” at the beginning.
Dell and linux The good news is that you wireless card is supported and the drivers are included in the Debian kernel you now need to install the firmware! Would this card be faster?
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