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Old 03-31-2018, 01:34 AM   #31
DOCTOR DEADLY
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When you hit one dead end after the next, do this :

Install without the intel wireless wifi firmware; instead use ethernet RJ45 connection for install. Invoke Synaptic

settings
repositories
activate :

DFSG-compatible Software with Non-Free Dependencies

&

Non-DFSG-compatible (non-free)

close

after reload

install
firmware-atheros
firmware-iwlwifi
firmware-linux-nonfree
other appropriate firmware from synaptic
quit

restart system

look at uper right of desktop
klicken sie on wireless icon and select your router
passworte

Veda
Voila
 
Old 10-14-2018, 02:22 PM   #32
ryan326
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error

Hello,

Whenever I use:

dpkg-deb --extract firmware-iwlwifi_0.43_all.deb .


It says, extract needs a target directory. perhapbs use --install?

Please help! Trying to get the intel wifi drivers to work
 
Old 10-14-2018, 02:32 PM   #33
luvr
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It says, extract needs a target directory.
The only reason I can think of, would be that you omitted the "." argument (which stands for the current directory) at the end of the command.
Otherwise, I would suggest you replace the "." with an actual directory name; I can't remember if the directory has to exist before you run the command, though.
 
Old 10-14-2018, 03:52 PM   #34
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rj45

put firmware-iwlwifi_0.43_all.deb file into documents/firmware/iwlwifi_0.43_all.deb

inside your new folder, right click your new iwlwifi_0.43_all.deb file
choose/click archive manager

left click
extract in arch m

left cl
extract in
popUp window

lft c
show files

extract data.tar.xz
same method

cd data
cd lib
cd firmware
ls

here you have all the files
pick what you need for your media card used for install

Although this is OnE method, one answer to your specific question, still better to install without iwiwifi but use rj45 cable why?
faster
more secure

no rj45 socket on device?
thus use
gigabit plugable usb/ethernet/adapter
$19.99 from amazon prime

let us know if you need clarification!
give us a follow up on your progress!
 
  


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