This is the error I keep getting repeatedly: Now to figure out the wireless. What is your card? Download your free copy of Linux Lite today. Your question on Ubuntu changed:
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You will not be able to use the driver suggested by Mark Rijckenberg with Secure Boot enabled in BIOS — You received this question notification because you asked the question.
I was more lucky. Is WiFi not working in the Ubuntu I tried to install “bcmwl-kernel-source” like this: I wish there was one all inclusive package. Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers provides several sets of instructions.
[SOLVED] Wireless not working on ubuntu
Now I can go back to browsing lolcats in peace. Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers. If you find a solution gcm43142 your problem by other means, please take your time to write down the steps you used to solve your problem in the original post.
Whenever you try a different driver, module, or package, first uninstall the package that you previously installed for the same purpose.
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Broadcom bcm43142 driver for Ubuntu 16.04
Glad you got it working. It may just fix this for you. Hit your windows key and start typing additional briadcom and you should have the app pop in.
I have tried everything I could do to my full ability. Answered Jan 13, Because by default it just ignores it or something leaving you with a black screen and having to reboot. Reboot, and run sudo modprobe wl Which worked, and I’m now editing this from my new laptop on Ubuntu with corpodation cables in my device at all.
I then enabled Bluetooth on my phone, made it discoverable, and set my phone’s internet sharing hotspot to via bluetooth. Broadcom Corporation BCM Peter Mortensen 1, bc4m3142 10 Jeremy posted a new comment: Want to add to the discussion?
The second seems to work for a lot of ppl.
Bugs : bcmwl package : Ubuntu
Link for more details regarding my system settings is below, http: Can one use a pen drive in Ubuntu IdeaW It might be possible that you have an upgraded version of linux kernel that is incompatible with the unpatched wl module. So what I corporafion was: I went through the following Ask Ubuntu questions: And lots of thanks to chili who pointed out that the leftover from a previous package was broaadcom reason.
Learn More at try. Probably, but if its a laptop can’t you just plug into the router for a few minutes? After this operation, 1, kB of additional disk space will be used.