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Neither seem to get it to work correctly. Just starting out and have a question? If you need brodacom reset your password, click here. Being a Dell, it’s likely a Broadcom chip. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
Search this Thread Advanced Search. Please post the output of Code:. For some reason my wireless card shows up as and ethernet card. BB code is On.
Is there something I’m missing? Find More Posts by hughedavid1. The broadcom is really a broadcom chipset, which is one of the more reliable cards to get working with the native drivers.
The ndiswrapper trick works but it seems, well depricated I’ve noticed that it shows up when using iwconfig as wlan0 immediately after the installation of the OS, so I guess I need to blacklist something at boot, but I’ve got no idea what en when during boot. If someone succeeded in getting this card to work with Fedora 7, could you please broadcom wireless 1390 wlan mini-pci card how you managed it? Dell mini card not found.
All times are GMT You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. I’ve succeeded in Fedora Core 6 to get it working, but using caard same procedure in Fedora 7 just doesn’t seem to broadcom wireless 1390 wlan mini-pci card. Whatever fits the task best Posts: We need more info about the chipset on that card to help you. Results 1 to 7 of 7.
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If you would still like to use the native drivers and would like help please don’t hesitate to message me. Please post the output of Code: I see that you have changed to use the broadcom wireless 1390 wlan mini-pci card cutter now though, think that would make any difference?
Any help or suggestions would be very much appreciated.
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. I’ve pretty much scoured the Fedora and Ubuntu forums trying to find an answer but still had no luck. If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place!
Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Last edited by hughedavid1; at Here is what I followed to get mine working http: I’ve tried installing the Linux drivers for my wireless card using bcm43xx-fwcutter as well as trying to use the ndiswrapper to install the windows drivers.
That’s a very old article – if it is Broadcom, the STA driver should work. Find More Posts by syg