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(where) can i get broadcom STA driver, or equivelent that works on ubuntu 11.04 & >? if this is not possible is there a linux distro that will work with my hardware? i have 'till oct to figure this out or will have to reinstall the gatesean V-word to get a supported OS.
oops, sorry, i'm new at this.let's start over. this is what the terminal tells me.
the computer is a dell inspiron 1501. amdsempron 3500+ cpu. i am currently using maverick 10.10 and broadcom STA works fine. it disappears when i upgrade. nothing i find in software center and install, even this same driver, works when using 11.04. if i install from software center would it still need an immediate upgrade? i reinstalled 10.10 to make the machine useful and don't want to go through that again unless i have a reasonable chance of success.
Installed Mint 12 Debian, fwcutter, B43. In that order. It's a rough version but I'm back online. Hadn't heard of Mint 'til LQ so thanks for being.
PS Do not, repeat NOT, use Jockey.
Last edited by nickearnst; 04-19-2012 at 12:07 AM.
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