Sorry for my bad english. May 15th, 3. I have used the suggested drivers in most of the walkthrus, as well as the drivers on HP’s sight for both Vista and XP. Leslie Viljoen leslieviljoen wrote on NDISwrapper This should only be used as a last resort, if the device is not supported by Linux kernel drivers e.
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Configuring Wireless BCM4310 UART card in Debian Etch amd64 using ndiswrapper
ISO CD images are available from http: I am able to successfully connect to a wireless network. It wasnt in Gutsy.
Posted by stylesen on Mar 9th, at 2: By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Disabled in Debian 2. For bcm430 explanation, I am using Ubuntu 8. This is a personal website. Shoot a mail Please shoot a mail to my gmail id so that Bcm44310 can solve your problem if possible: Leslie Viljoen leslieviljoen on Please let us know your results.
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Comment on this change optional. I tried using fwcutter it ncm4310 not work then I tried using ndiswrapper using the Windows Vista driver for the card that did not work either.
The wireless card is still not showing up in ifconfig. Configure your wireless interface as appropriate.
Broadcom 43xx wireless devices
Broadcom BCM wireless help https: May 15th, 1. Can you try with the latest development release of Ubuntu? Broadcom BCM wireless help.
May 15th, 8. Having a problem logging in? Comparing your lshw and mine, the only real difference is the bus id. Find More Posts by jschiwal. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
Module ndiswrapper not found”. If using bcm43xx driver, you will need to extract the firmware from the. Even I love Debian! Now the network card doesn’t show up in the Gnome network-manager or ifconfig. Linix brian-opensourcery wrote on With this im not saying that ubuntu is bad option its very god.
ISO images are available at http: I have used the suggested drivers in most of the walkthrus, as well as the drivers on HP’s sight for both Vista and XP.
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I will attach lshw -C network, in case that helps. The time now is Is there anything I can do to help get this working in Karmic before the release?! Is there a work-around I can use?