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Broadcom Corporation BCM Debian User Forums Skip to content. I disabled wifi and tried using the ethernet connection this didn’t work. Anything is fair game.
As a bit more detail, my wireless can only connect to 1 router ssid: What exactly nameserver Sign up using Email and Password. Router sees my computer when accessed remotely via Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Select all make Thanks to comments this has been edited, from make clean modules to make should work now.
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I can’t listen to a Linnux without it buffering like trying to stream p over dialup slight exaggeration. What do you mean by “the wireless router sees my computer”? According to your post, your router is at Sign up using Facebook.
Can anyone suggest which package I would want to file this bug against? This problem has been going on for a few months now.
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I know that not all of the wires in an ethernet connection have to be fully connected before link lights on equipment turn on, even if data can’t be sent. The release notes for 8.
I have this card and it works out of the box with Linux kernel since I started to use Linux, it was 2.