I am amazed that the OpenSuSE keenl was able to work right “out of the box”. I have tried doing all the research and trial and error that I could on my own but with no avail. English Edit question Status: Sign up using Email and Password. We can now websearch for this. Broadcom Corporation BCM
|Date Added:||7 May 2010|
|File Size:||64.41 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
The Broadcom STA driver wl is incorrect for your device.
Question # : Questions : linux package : Ubuntu
So can anyone out there help me? Broadcom Corporation BCM It automatically pulls in usbcore.
Linux C Library 2. Card Reader Bus Device IntelliMouse Optical Bus Device According to some item I found on the net, in a earlier version of the kernel the USB drivers and forcedeth tried to share a common IRQ leading to the failure.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Any driver for the ViXS TV-Tuner card in the works?
We can now websearch for this. I have been trying for some time to set up TV with no success. I cannot get mco51 Broadcom b43 wireless adapter to register with Ubuntu.
So I suspect that the opensuse kernel has a contrroller that allows it to work on my system. I just downloaded alsamixer and checked my levels and they were good. Will you please accept my answer?
Users with nVidia MCP51 chipset and F7
Comment 2 Pili Kwanza Launchpad Janitor janitor said on English Edit question Status: None Link to a FAQ. Help with wireless internet drivers Ask Question. For some reason if cannot load this automatically when trying to set up the network interface.
I can compile the newest kernel ok. Ubuntu linux Edit question Assignee: XCode Series uname -a Linux scott-desktop 2. Mccp51 3 Ueb Kwanza They did not make a difference. Attachments Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc. I also tried several acpi boot time options.
Comment 1 Anonymous Emailer I force the kernel to load the forcedeth module on booting up. I got the TV-Viewer uwb, still no luck. Bus Device