I can’t connect It just attempts to connect ad infinitum and telling me “authentication is required by wireless network” periodically. The virtual NICs bridge to the host, in your case Windows, network. I can export the Win8 drivers. Anyway, everything you asked for is attached. I’ve been up since 7 AM yesterday trying to get this darn thing working. If these are for , what are the odds they’ll work for ? The only thing it refused to actually do is connect.
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When you questioned whether or not the system was bit I was actually afraid I’d used my bit disk for the install Reinstalled package anyway figuring I could just get rid of it later.
Does it ask for your WPA password? Uninstalling drivers properly after failure. I am glad to be mistaken in this case.
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Let’s make gcm4321 your interface is eth1, the usual for the STA driver: Quite a mystery we have here Please follow the “Wireless Script” link in my signature, download and run the script as per instructions there, and post back the report it generates. Did you add any settings to Network Manager? Let’s have a nights sleep, boot bvm4321 tomorrow and diagnose one more time. I’d erase what you have: Disconnect the device from your computer. The corrupted part may, in fact, be one of its dependencies and not bcmwl-kernel-source.
Saw ndiswrapper requires drivers that match architecture. Thanks, Alex Welcome to the forums Alex!
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Without bcmwl-kernel-source, what was driving it? Still no scan results, chili. I have one last Hail Mary. Very doubtful in the case of wireless. A long shot, but maybe.
Looking at the dump I see its driver is b Usually, it produces a fine result; sometimes not. Exactly as the title says. If not, we may try the latest version of the sta wl driver from here http: I can’t find anyone who reports it working. Indeed; and errors that have no significant effect.
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Still no networks detected. I’ve just made a fresh installation with Ubuntu Perhaps I didn’t uninstall them properly Ok here’s the story so far of what I’ve been doing. Don I’m actually Broadcom Corporation BCM If there’s one thing anyone should take away from this thread if they stumble across it via Google it’s that you should avoid buying wireless NICs with the BCM chipset.
Happy as Larry now, if you can get hold of a usb wifi adapter it may work for you to? I understand ndiswrapper produces disappointing results, if any, though. Let’s check for interesting kernel messages: I think we want