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Broadcom BCM4322 [14e4: 432b] Can't connect to Wireless

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – dbus is in your daemons array, so you should not need to start it manually.  If for some reason you think you should, then use `rc.d restart dbus`.  If a service is not running the restart command will simply start it, but if it is already running, restart will stop it, then start it again.You will, however, need a dbus-session (different from the dbus daemon).  If you get dbus errors when trying to start wicd, it is likely from not having a dbus-session, not from not having the dbus daemon running.In order to run many apps - like wicd - you need the dbus daemon which is usually (HowTos)