Having trouble getting this one to work, there are several guides online for this card and I have tried to follow several of them.
My laptop is the Gateway 7510GZ
The wireless card is the Broadcom BCM4318 (internal, use FN + F2 to enable)
I downloaded ndiswrapper 1.31 stable from = http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...ckage_id=99148
From reading a few guides I found the 64bit driver (bcmwl5.inf) and installed it. I blacklisted the default fedora driver (bcm43xx) and modprobed ndiswrapper, no errors.
But nothing I try will get the LED to show the wireless is active, and it cant find my (working) router.
Any help in making sure fedora can detect the fn+F2 command and (with the correct drivers) enable the wireless cards radio, would be helpfull. I am using FC-6-i386