Find More Posts by rjcrews. I lwas login as root 3- result was: They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Please any help will be really appreciate it. Hello, I am having the same issue. Find More Posts by shinobi

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The card is in a Dell inspiron notebook with a fresh Fedora core 1 install. The generic broadcom driver on the broadcom page is the only one that got my card workin right.

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The tough thing to find out is what chipset to bind it to, like orinoco or smb or whatever. Also, how do I change to root user when in terminal Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.


When I try to configure the card in the Network device control menu, it is not recognised. This site claims that the is compatible with ndiswrapper. Thanks for your help so far. Thanks Last edited by zillah; at Find More Posts by Hangdog Shinobi – I did mean the ndiswrapper site. I beleive this is the right version for the linux that I have got!! Is there some help or tutorial for this site?

Broadcom Dell Wireless 1450 Dual Band WLAN Mini-PCI Card drivers for Windows 10 x64

Unknown device rev 03 so how do I get this to work on my machine exactly? I hope someone else has that card and can tell you what chipset it has. If so, I typed “lspci” and it was an unrecognised command.

Thanks Hangdog The generic broadcom driver on the broadcom page is the only one that got my card workin right. Fedora core 1 Posts: The time ddll is I dont know the commands in terminal well enough yet to asses the problem.

Having a problem logging in? I tried to follow the instruction to configure it http: Find More Posts by zillah.


Dell wireless WLAN Dual Band WLAN Mini-PCI card not recognised

Thanks for the info, here is the output from lspci Network controller: By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. However, there are ways to get your wireless card working if your lucky. Visit the following links: Find More Posts by shinobi Find More Posts by pitts If you don’t understand what you are looking at, post the output of lspci and we’ll give you a hand.

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Very linux newbie here with a question on configuring my wireless and my ethernet but we wont go there right now card. Open up a console and enter lspci. BB code is On.