You can connect to the internet using a modem or cable then use the command sudo modprobe b43 and see the outcome. A terminal output of Code: It would also help to check out what driver’s being used in Fedora; just use Code: Send this topic Print. WiFi and ethernet are now working, and this post was made using WiFi.
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I just installed Linux lite on my wife’s Dell Latitude D May 5th, 4. As I’m a novice, I slavishly followed your commands. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Anyway, welcome to these forums – don’t hesitate to ibspiron if you have issues. Select all lspci -k. Local Loopback inet addr: Don’t forget to marked the thread as solved!
[SOLVED] No WiFi on Dell Inspiron
That’s why we need to do the whole inxi thing, as rokytnji suggested. Is the message Package ‘bcmwl-kernel-source’ is not installed, so not removed significant? Inxi will tell us which card you have, so we can point you to the correct driver.
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Some s have Broadcom wireless cards. WiFi and ethernet are now working, and this post was made using WiFi. No WiFi on Dell Inspiron Hi Your install could have been using the bcmwl drivers for your broadcom hardware.
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May 5th, This is how I got mine working – thru synaptic It would also help to check out what driver’s being used in Fedora; just use Code: Select all inxi -F. Could you explain what the problem was and how it was resolved? Post as a guest Name. As a start you might post the output of: