Bus Device Broadcom Corporation BCM Here’s the output of lshw -C Network: In that case post the output of Code:. Any ideas on what we can do? Please post the output of Code: Dell Latitude C has no sound on Slackware
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I don’t sell this for sell fact, but the funky way it responds to various detection test leads me in that direction. I could probably have installed the Windows driver which works like a champ with ndiswrapper, but oh well. I have chopped it short for brevity. Anyway, if any of this gives someone an idea on how to approach the problem from here, let me know. Find More Posts by frankbell. Wireless interface physical id: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
The card typically used is a Dell branded card, but is based on the broadcom chipset. Join our community today!
We also followed the instructions in this thread http: Dell Latitude C has no sound on Slackware They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Whatever fits the task best Posts: When it doesn’t, it doesn’t. The time now is Thought I’d tie up some loose ends on this thread.
End Edit If you can find a Windows driver for the card, maybe on the Dell site, ndiswrapper might work. Oh – and one more thing Please post the output of Code:. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
Dell Latitude C640 Wifi Cards
That is apparently the actual card installed in the laptop. Visit the following links: Bus Device According to the specs PDFit came with Dell-branded wireless card, but, I was unable to track down in the time I was willing to devote difi it who manufactured the card for Dell.
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Ubuntu, Mandriva, Redhat and Fedora Posts: Thanks for the update. May it be that you have an USB wireless adapter?
It just sits there trying to connect forever. It just never finishes trying to connect. In that iwfi post the output of Code: You have no idea how happy I was when Firefox finally showed the Google home page! Connected [ The network manager sees wireless networks but won’t connect to them, and it doesn’t matter what kind of wireless security is on the network.