Broadcom wireless on Debian Testing
joehill-R6A+fiHC8nRWk0Htik3J/w at public.gmane.org
Wed Jul 1 23:02:14 UTC 2009
> From what I remember, You should only use one or the other of "b43"
> or "b43legacy."
That's the thing, I couldn't really see anywhere in the process that I had a
> Also, I'd have to check your particular card, but from my experience
> the b43 drivers don't often support the 802.11N cards. My coworkers N
> card requires ndiswrapper, and mine works with the closed "wl" driver
> that broadcomm themselves maintain (similar to the nvidia/ATI binary
> blob drivers for video)
> I can check further when I get home and at my laptop if you'd like
That would be awesome if you could. I would like to avoid ndiswrapper, but if I
have to I have to, right?
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