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[SOLVED] Dell Inspiron BCM wireless not working
You need to be logged in to vote. Can anyone having encountered this before here share some insight?
Community Forum Software by IP. Connect to your ethernetstart the ‘Additional drivers’ program and search to find if it detects and non free drivers your wireless card.
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Delp browser is faster and than Chrome on my How can this be? For details on how to actually install and configure the required modules have a look at our guides section for distribution specific instructions.
There is also at set ihspiron native drivers which are available herebut these have note been tested yet. Since your laptop has a DVD drive, a good way to go forward is to download a few distros that interest you and burn them to DVD.
upgrade – No Wireless with Dell Inspiron – Ask Ubuntu
Unfortunately this can be quite tricky for new Linux users. Wirreless link just got my wireless working on a inspiron http: Marcelo 26 1 1 2. Ubuntuser 5, 20 68 Username E-mail A password will be e-mailed to you.
What worked for me, was using these commands: If you plan wire,ess getting more RAM download the 64bit, otherwise stick with the 32bit. Hiya, I’m really glad I’ve found this info. I wonder what package I should download and install.
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Linux on Dell Inspiron 1501
Actually I’m setting up a Ubermix 2. As can be seen from my output from this command belowI don’t even have “kernel driver in use. I have just installed Linux 7 on my dell with the same config. Inspiron I thought people who find this page might like to know that there is a blog specifically dealing with running Ubuntu on the Inspiron Looking at your good information, will motivate me to do so often.
Yes, my password is: With 2 or 3 or more to start out, you can boot on each DVD and run that distro in “live mode” so that you get a pretty reasonable test drive of what it will be like, and you can determine if it detects and uses your system hardware like sound and wireless.