Hi,I have installed Centos 5.6 on my Dell Latitude laptop. It has wireless card from Broadcom Corporation and the model is BCM43228 802.11a/b/g/n.I have followed the instruction from
I compiled kernel 3.10.2 for my dell laptop I am sure that I selected true module for my wifi but it does not work even I followed instruction on http://wireless.kernel.org/ but it did not help again .
my wifi model is :
I have installed the network drivers as instructed in .txt file on Broadcom site. My WIFI network gets switched ON. It does not detect any networks. Initially i used to get it properly but when i tried to attach one more adapter card to usb everything changed.
I'm using Dell / Lenovo laptop with Broadcom's IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n based wireless card. How can I install Broadcom-wl STA BCM4322 Wireless driver on a Fedora Linux version 20?Read answer to: "Fedora Linux 20: Install Broadcom-wl STA BCM43228 Wireless Driver"
I just installed Fedora 16 on my new laptop (Lenovo Ideapad z570), which has very similar hardware configuration to my old laptop (Lenovo g570).
Although I was able to get the broadcom wireless running on my old laptop using this guide...
I was unable to achieve the same results on the new laptop.
I've got a Broadcom BCM43228 mPCIe card which came with my motherboard (ASUS ROG Maximus V Extreme, can't seem to find a link to what the card is) which is working great for WiFi right now, but I can't detect the Bluetooth hardware onboard.
I have a dell inspiron laptop, with wireless card Broadcom Corporation Device [14e4:4365] and I have installed wireless driver: Broadcom STA/wl for it. Now in order to run airodump I have to put my card in monitoring mode and somewhere I found it can be done by changing /proc/brcm_monitor0 flag.
Since I've been told broadcom wireless and ubuntu drivers can be a nightmare I shouldn't be complaining since my wifi is actually working almost all of the time, and I wouldn't complain except that I think this seemingly benign start up issue has seeped into other parts of my system.
So here's what happened:
Using a laptop dell inspiron n5010, came with windows 7, came with this wireless card, l