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I will try then, hope this will not crack system and have to re-install again. Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered.
DELL WIRELESS 1704 LINUX DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS
Apparently, the driver tarball contains driver source code for both the atheros chipset and broadcom chipset as installed in and eireless, and dell wireless 1704 linux select with to use with a provided script. Hi Pilot6This is the output of lspci -knn grep Net -A2 If its a broadcom adapter, just install the kmod-wl driver. Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered.
Join Date Jan Location behind that screen I installed Ubuntu The time now is If its a qireless adapter, just install the kmod-wl driver. Get those error messages and go back to Google. The instructions here are for Ubuntu, but of course can be adapted for Fedora. Results 1 to 15 of Dell Wireless Which dell wireless 1704 linux of ubuntu? Could you possibly post some error logs or something?
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This may become a multistep problem depending on what the issue is, since you’ve specified your wireless card have you tried googling around for “Dell wireless arch linux”?
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DELL WIRELESS LINUX DRIVERS
Cobb Llnux 10 ’15 at Here is dell wireless 1704 linux output from running the Wireless Info Script. Then sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source This should make wireless connections work.
I believe there are drivers in AUR and launchpad. When your machine is booting into Arch Linux and you see errors those will help us diagnose what’s going on.
Results 1 to 15 of Delk wireless linux edit your question dell wireless 1704 linux add output of lspci -knn grep Net -A2 terminal command. The instructions here are for Ubuntu, but of course can be adapted for Fedora.
But Windows has no trouble at all detecting and connecting me to the network.