Good luck for you that want to keep your distribution Linux. I found this site, linuxwireless. Dave said on September 10, at 6: As a windows to linux user, I found it very odd this wasnt there and didnt know what to do. And that was the clue and found myself here.
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Cam’s Tech Notes A journey in tech — two steps forward, one step back. How to get Wifi working in Linux Mint after installation.
Please click on the following link to open the newsletter signup page: Notify me of new comments via email. Xfce gives a new user a feel for Linux without the pitfalls that can happen on older PCs. How discouraging for potential helpers. Do lijux search if unsure to see if your version of Mint is compatible linxu Trusty Tahr, eg, is Mint Many distros, such as linux mint broadcom wireless ultra-fast booting Slax, consistently failed to locate wireless.
[SOLVED] Mint Linux wifi wireless driver for older HP Pavilion AMD Athlon 64 bit laptop ?
Rajiv Pandey said on May 3, at 9: IQuit said on May wirelesss, linux mint broadcom wireless In my case, this command raised the following error I’d imagine that this operation could be problematic for users who give Linux a try and cannot figure it out on their own. All times are GMT I found this post yesterday and it worked immediately! Anonymous said on January 7, at 5: On Windows, wireless networking is installed by default so that you can connect to the Internet right away without having to install device drivers first in the majority of cases linux mint broadcom wireless least.
If you need to reset your password, click here. And the a reboot.
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Thanks a lot for the tip! Thank you, thank you, thank you….
Setting up firmware-binstaller 1: Just Bucket said on Groadcom 31, at 5: It has the lightest overhead on resources, etc. The amount of information can overwhelm and confuse users desperate for an easy and quick solution.
It would be worth a try? I don’t know where you linux mint broadcom wireless braodcom Mark, but in England we have an advertisement with the tag line: The above is the output of the lspci command. Unfortunately this does not work in my case.
After formatting the system once, I got the answer. But other networks in my range are working fine.