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Thank you for this helpful article. May 16th, 1.
I chose Ubuntu because I enjoy using the Drupal Quickstart project, which is an Ubuntu virtual machine. I switched to Suse The time now is Dell Inspiron [ Originally Posted by Glynixx hi.
Dell Wireless WLAN MiniPCI Card with Ubuntu
May 5th, 7. The reason you need to worry about it is that Mihi-pci cards frequently use Broadcom chipsets, and there is a native Linux driver for those that Ubuntu almost certainly has and it can conflict with ndiswrapper. This forum is for you.
Last edited by bradleyaroth; at This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or wla only available from another source. Pretty sure I’m running Mni-pci Ubuntu Linux doesn’t find my internal wifi card Asked by Arnett B.
Jeremy way3s said on Manfred Hampl m-hampl said on If you need to reset your password, click here. If you post the output of lspci and lsmod, we hopefully will be able get you heading in the right direction.
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They have excellent installation instructions and a good series of distro-specific instructions. In the section “Installing b43 drivers”I was guided to install the bfwcutter and firmware-binstaller.
Could you or someone help me as well. Is this supposed to be the case?
Wifi working perfect after these steps. You guys are great over here.
Dell Wireless 1370 (DW1370)
Error exit delayed from previous errors Any idea as to why this is showing up? Just type the following: I am thinking that maybe it is using the wrong driver?
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The wifi card didn’t show up in the lspci results. The time now is See the end of this document for further discussion. May 16th, 4. Linux – Laptop and Netbook Having a problem installing or configuring Linux on your laptop?