i decided to try Ubuntu after all the good staffs i learned about this OS
so , i installed Ubuntu 12.10 1 week ago
but , my computer now can't find my wireless connection , so any solutions guys ??
i already installed firmware-b43-lpphy-installer & b43-fwcutter from synaptic
i have a Broadcom BCM 4312
please help me guys !!
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