However, I encounter an error when trying to configure. I don’t know where to look for the equivalent of event viewer or similar to even start to troubleshoot, having only about two hours with the install before I updated. The file now looks like this: Installing Broadcom x Driver. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
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What am I doing wrong? So far so good. I will figure this out!!! It is refreshing to see such a helpful community! The message oinux recieve is normaly about restricted drivers being avaliable this from the a specific program Called lniux drivers in the administration menu I would check this to see if any of them are enabled or not and what drivers you are offered I have heard of multiple drivers being suggested for Broadcom networking.
I am however unable to determine which configuration version of Ubuntu, OS language, etc this manifests on.
Broadcom Lan Drivers for Linux
Could it be possible that the file is marked read only and this will not let me untar the file? I brought it home and found that the broadcm card is not enabled.
Post as a guest Name. I am trying to compile the new Kernel 2. As happens to everyone else, Linux does not detect my card, therefore Broaddcom have to install the driver. Ran this and copied the return: Here are the results when I ran each command.
CONFIG_B44: Broadcom 440x/47xx ethernet support
Create a directory and extract the files: I checked and found my network devices were: November 2nd, 4. November 2nd, 5. Sign up using Email and Password. My wireless card works and the ethernet still doesn’t. Any pointers on where to look in logs etc would be gratefully received. View LQ Wiki Contributions. November 2nd, 9. I checked and it broadcoj Broadcom STA wireless driver is activated and currently in use.
I however can’t seem to find my ethernet device anywhere All changes to this file will be lost. You did run the commands as root, right?
Would anyone be willing to instruct me or point me to a posting that will instruct me on a way to resolve this?
November 2nd, 2. As a matter of fact, I’m replying over ethernet.