Even when I try the method here , as suggested when this was marked as a duplicate, I still can’t stay connected to a wireless network. NDISwrapper This should only be used as a last resort, if the device is not supported by Linux kernel drivers e. If necessary, firmware can be manually acquired and extracted using the bfwcutter utility, see http: Update the list of available packages: An Internet connection is required. October 22nd, Firmware from userspace is required for device operation.
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Old Chili hates when he misses the essential fact. This wireless card in question would be a “Broadcom BCM 14e4: So far, your readings are unremarkable. Introduced in Linux 2.
Debian 9 “stretch” deb http: Currently using the STA drivers from Broadcom. Even when I try the method hereas suggested when this was marked as a duplicate, I still can’t stay connected to a wireless network. An Internet connection is required.
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I’ve tried but probably screwed wirelesa in the process installing the “wl””b43” and “brcmsmac” drivers, or at least I think I did.
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If necessary, firmware can be manually acquired and extracted using the bfwcutter utility, see http: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Strange as it may be, it worked for me, though you’d be sacrificing certain abilities, especially if you have more than 4GB of RAM. Troubleshooting Examine the kernel ring buffer dmesg 1 to verify the required firmware files are being loaded by the driver. No change of result and contacted Luis in the comments, who then told me to try the second answer which involved removing my previous mistake and installing bcmwl-kernel-source Now the Network Manger this has happend before, but usally I fixed it by using a different driver even recognizes WiFi exist both non-literal and literal.
Try the bit version of Ubuntu. Well then, i guess you can just switch back to windows then: Originally Posted by chili I just swapped out one of my wireless cards from one computer to another.
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When satisfied, the relevant Broadcom proprietary driver will be acquired, the firmware within will be extracted and installed. Luis who then suggested sudo rfkill unblock all rfkill unblock all didn’t return anything, so I decide to try sudo rfkill list all.
That was with the Wicd Network Manager vroadcom, with just plain old network-managerit will keep asking for my password to connect to the network never actually connecting to the network. Only way I have been able to update software on my install is through loading it in a virtual machine in Windows.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. To unload and blacklist: If the Windows driver seems to work so well, it should run just fine under Wine. This fixed the problem for me. Currently, the computer is hooked into another to share it’s connect so that I can install drivers from the internet instead wiireless loading them on to a flash drive and doing it offline.