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Dell Wireless 1395 (DW1395)

Linux – Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux. Determining IP information for eth Replacing existing driver with wl. You can verify by using lspci at dsll command prompt, it should show a Broadcom bcm I believe, for that wireless card.

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This book contains many dekl life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Linux is basically working but with some sore spots — including the wireless LAN.

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How do I setup Dell Wireless WLAN mini card for Linux RHEL for Workstation ?

Fell So I will repeat the steps I took before your response appeared and see if it will get me past the roadblock I hit. No such file or directory.

We started working closely with Broadcom early this year on providing this support, as our customers have been asking for a Linux driver for our cards for a while now. Continued with remaining linkx How do I restart without loosing changes?

Module wl not found. When I rebooted, the “new” driver hardware was found and I configured it using all defaults.

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Thanks for your response. Have a great week! Validate liinux don’t have a older wl. So you’re just using the Live USB? But I try it anyway in: If the module exist, remove it and replace with new driver: 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.


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