I've downloaded and installed kubuntu karmic koala RC. It doesn't work with my Broadcom 43xx wifi adapter. I even tried to load with linuxant.com driver loader script but it says there is no 43xx card exist! ](*,)
What is wrong with that? Is it becos of RC release or just karmic?
Customising ubuntu LiveCD with our own flavors is a dream of ever ubuntu user. Remastersys is the solution. Previously some there was some problem for remastering Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic koala). Karmic Koala is using Grub 2, remastersys is designed for grub 1. Now Remastersys is redesigned for ubuntu 9.10 with grub 2 and it is working.
Ok, I'm about at the end of my rope. I've tried everything from reinstalling my system to using the 'Broadcom STA' in restricted drivers (both before and after re-installing everything) to the ndiswrapper based solution found here: WIFI fix
I am having some issues with my wireless connection. I recently upgraded to Karmic Koala, and everything still worked just fine - I had reliable wireless from both Ubuntu and Xubuntu. I don't use Kubuntu as much, usually just as a change of pace if I am just goofing off and not working - checking email, playing a little game, maybe writing a letter or something.
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I am kinda new to the Linux world and was wondering if anyone knew how to find a driver for a Hawking Usb Network Adapter.. HWUN3.? I have looked but could find nothing. Maybe someone would know how to get it installed? I would appreciate some help... I am Using Ubuntu Karmic Koala. Thanks...It would be for ubuntu Karmic KoalaTopic Replies: 2
This simple trick will help you to install on your Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala all the backgrounds not included in the installation CD. The backgrounds were not included on the ubuntu CD for reason of space . if you want to install them just follow these steps :
Is there any hack/tip/trick to make this specific Broadcom Wireless work with OpenBSD?
After digging some freebsd-wireless threads and openbsd-tech/openbsd-misc, i noticed that adding the pci vendor to any specific driver will not work since this specific device have differences on it´s hardware construction compared with Broadcom 4312 or Broadcom 4318.