Hullo, i am on Debian Wheezy; trying install many times this driver; i type: It may also work for earlier versions. I am not sure if there is a problem with the SSB component that is causing this problem, but when built as a module, it is not loaded when I boot my system, and the wl module works correctly for the BCM Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. I got help from a fedora forum and most of the information here is from that forum. These instructions worked for me on a Dell Inspiron

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Comment 47 Jeremy Cline Any Fedora kernel starting with 4.


Or, is there a simpler way by editing a. Standard Posted by Ashhar Jawaid. I didn’t have to do any of the nonfree repositories like others are saying. Wifi output comparing kernel 4.


Thanks for your help. So it covers both a good and a bad build. Join our community today! I’ve tried them all.

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It turns out the the 4. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.

Comment 5 Larry Finger Hi thanks for interest. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

I can not get any respond from my wifi adapter. When i start Debian i have: Broadcom Wifi on Fedora 26 kernel 4. I’ve got same error on my Fedora The main difference I see is that in kernel 4. Broadcom Limited BCM I appreciate the info.

Sorry guys but it’s all bullshit. But looking at the Josh’s git tree, it looks like it was there.

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To help figure out what is wrong, please post the configuration used for a “good” and “bad” kernel. Though it is possible that not building that module could suppress the bug I’m looking for. Slackware, MX 18 Posts: You can find that info and a bit more ffedora on from comment 14 on Bugwhich Jeremy Cline just marked as a duplicate of this one. You need make all form this topic: The only minor issue I had was that my install did not have wget installed.


I believe our builds should strive fedota that direction too. I have been switching between linux distros to find the best, finally settled in fedora All times are GMT It saw my ethernet card automatically, so I can get online.

Can you offer any suggestions?