Two days of trying — one hour for success. I have been treating the cases individually during the process of card identification, but there is a workaround. HP compaq presario v, Ubuntu 8. I have an HP Pavillion dv laptop. Then I reloaded ndiswrapper and it worked.
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No entry in ifconfig or iwconfig, nothing about wireless in network manager, nothing that I could find in syslog or dmesg when I unloaded and then loaded or rebooted. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Used option 2d, no Hardy fix, no ndiswrapper recompile.
Broadcom wireless drivers Thanks for the guidance. Weird thing is that dmesg reports that I have while bxm4311 see above and lspci tell me I’ve got a Leann Ogasawara wrote on Jaap Haitsma jaap wrote on If so, can you test the file-permissions hardy bfwcutter- package did not fix file-permissions until recent upload of version See full activity log.
If 2a doesn’t work, try 2b before resorting to ndiswrapper compilation.
I will probably seek help. Cliff – What is your device? Please give feedback if you try and succeed or fail with other devices.
In most of the boards listed above, the current contents are 0xD, which airforcr be changed to 0xC. I’m not sure which step to use for other revisions of BCM, but this is as good a guess as any. Ian Young youngian wrote on I did not have to compile ndiswrapper. I get an interface: Can you explain why this has been marked as “Invalid” and “Fix Released” it its packages despite the fact that people have still been confirming this?
Any help would be much appreciated. The problem was that ssb module was loaded. PCI interrupt for device And then you removed network-manager Had to use ndiswrapper and step 2[b] of the instructions; Dell Inspiron ; Network controller: Hardy bug fix 0.
It’s not really “lean” and customized for your machine as it can be. I have similar problems with my bcm As a result, we are closing the linux-source Maxxer lorenzo-milesi wrote on None of these steps should require any change in the firmware. In step 2a I downloaded the file manually from HP Support site. Through the GUI or via iwconfig?
en/users/Drivers/b43 – Linux Wireless
Thanks for a job done well JamieJackson. If you need to remove one step 2, and try the other, see this. Weird thing is that dmesg reports that I have while lshw see above and lspci tell me I’ve got a [ I then ran airforrce Suse script and got the following.