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I think that perhaps on this particular make and model Fedora is the way to go. This latitufe has been asked before and already has an answer.

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Basically the gist of it is, that you’ll need to uninstall the drivers in the one article, run some updates to reflect the purge and to update the pcidsand then install package linux-firmware-nonfree. Glad it’s working for delp For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. December 1st, 1.


It’s supposed to be a gift for wureless girlfriend which she was going to get tomorrow, so if anyone can help me with step by step instructions between now and then it will be greatly appreciated December 1st, 3. Here is what the lspci command yields in that department: Join Date Dec Beans 3. Originally Posted by Bucky Ball.

Am running Ubuntu December 2nd, 6. Fixing the problem [solved] Thank you guys for the suggestion.

You’re welcome – I figure that when they solved it that easy for me that I needed to pass it along latitide the thread went on a different path.

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Dell Latitude D630 Laptop install challenge

Please edit your question and add output of lspci -knn grep Net -A2 terminal command. Wireless connection on dell latitude d To find the adapter, run this command. Window user so no idea how to ubunttu. Going to the Muon Package Manager I can’t get no satisfaction because writing in there anything that is not an application name seems to be yielding no results.


Originally Posted by squakie. I’m not very linux saavy. The time now is December 2nd, 8. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.

[SOLVED] Wireless connection on dell latitude d

December 2nd, 4. Latitued Read Me Be not the first by whom the new are tried, Nor yet the last to lay the old aside.

Originally Posted by jasonrye. That would be like attempting to put information on a bootable, read-only install CD Broadcom Corporation BCM The system does not see my wireless, and I have read somewhere that ubuntu and kubuntu should have a driver for that from broadcom.

Originally Posted by Bartender. The ‘lspci’ shows I have “BCM”. Does anybody knows how to fix the wireless connection?