You must go to http: Finally, the simple steps to remove bcmwl-kernel-source after install firmware-binstaller worked! Repeating it with the remove did the trick! Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Operating System Windows 10 Pro x Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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I’m sorry for my lack of knowledge and grateful for any piece of advice. Your advice makes it very difficult to run further updates on the machine as one kernel update will break all of your manually compiled drivers.
Can’t get Dell Wireless 1490 card to work in Ubuntu
An interesting thing is that if I boot up with the usb stick that I used to install Ubuntu, the wired connection works fine and the Broadcom driver is listed in software and updates – additional drivers. And yes I am on internet with wired connection. Gooderham 26 1 1 4. I followed some advice from other forums to try to install bcmwl-kernel-source which also did not work.
wireless – No wired or wirless on dell – Ask Ubuntu
OK, I’ll do just that. Just because it can be done, it doesn’t mean it’s a good idea to do so. Duck 2 Not only do they stay up to date, many patches come out that fix plain source.
There is absolutely no ubuntj not to go to the manufacturer for drivers when they are available.
BB code is On. Then why don’t you edit your answer and describe step by step process to do so. I can’t find the file that he is talking about editing in the link.
[ubuntu] Broadcom BCM / Dell Wireless
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. You can also try installing proprietary Broadcom driver: Can someone please provide me with a step by step guide or some guidance on how to fix this issue, or give me a link to a place where it’s shown how to fix it.
Then only it will wirleess network! Finally, I used dmesg grep firmware to find out that I’m having serious trouble with my firmware: Cooling CoolerMaster Hyper Evo. After running iwconfig I receive the following:.
Broadcom Corporation Dell Wireless 1390
Is there something like Device manager de,l windows? I see a couple other Questions requarding this specific model and none seem to have a solution Take a look at this page. I may have tried way too much stuff I don’t understand yet with being new to Linux, probably way messed up.
But here’s the info I got.