Originally Posted by Richard Cranium
Well, use the computer that you used to post here and download the broadcom drivers to a USB stick. Mount the USB stick after the initial Slackware install and install the drivers from the USB stick.
That is exactly what im wanting to do, But im having issues with downloading on all the dependencies and im afraid I will not be able to get it working..I always have trouble..still learning, but how different is slack? Im used to .deb, would this make said task daunting to me?
Also I do not recall exact specs for Broadcom, i will edit when i go grab that laptop