I tried again with a live session on a daily ubuntu image. And this is the output of ‘lspci -vvnn grep -A 9 Network’ when running linux 3. Register Sign In Help. The hardware ID will be 14E4: Comment on this change optional. Your Friend Wil Declares To post a comment you must log in.

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Vincenzo Costa, this would appear to be a downstream packaging issue. It was my fault.

Once that was done I rebooted, wifi did not work at all. With the default setup, as installed during installation, the wifi worked, but it would drop the connection randomly. If you need a fix for the bug in previous versions of Ubuntu, please perform as much as possible of the SRU Procedure [1] to bring the need to a developer’s attention. Still no joy after a reboot.

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Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. Once opened the live session I checked the wireless network: Here is the requested information Ouput from the following commands: By any chance can 14e connect it to the internet and try “Window Device Manager” to find the driver? Sign In Apply for Membership.

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Broadcom Corporation BCM Howdy October PM Posts: I just can’t get it to work here on LXLE. You can remove the Wifi adapter and see if Windows recognize it and download the driver. But I was not able to find the driver for Windows for this device.

Installed on days ago InstallationMedia: This bug affects 2 people. I tried checking Broadcom’s website too but, strangely, only found Linux A10 14r4 dmidecode -s bios-release-date. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. I’m not entirely sure what pieces of the ID from device manager are relevant, so here’s everything for the network adapter: Ouput from the following commands: Nothing has changed concerning the wireless interface, when running kernel 3.

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Maybe I need to blacklist something, but I don’t know how or what to blacklist. I’m a little leery of getting device drivers from some place other than the computer or hardware manufacturer.

Message 5 of 5. Well, after installing all of the updates, which included kerneland installing the bcmwl-kernal-source package, the driver was being built for the new kernel, but Grub was still booting me into the old kernel. Message 2 of 5.


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Thank you very much for your help! This helped me too. And since it is just software you can just un-install it and install the one from Lenovo if you experience some issues. Penalver penalvch wrote on The third part device drivers are not formally supported by Lenovo until they show up on Lenovo website but in my experience they are reliable.

Ok, I updated the bios of my laptop from A10 to A