Broadcom wireless seems to work out of the box
awilliam at redhat.com
Mon Nov 2 08:04:26 UTC 2009
On Mon, 2009-11-02 at 09:52 +0200, shmuel siegel wrote:
> Wireless worked on my dell d630 out of the box on one of the f12
> live-cds. This looks promising.
> I wasn't able to get my wireless running until fedora 7. And that took
> some unknown combination of b43-cutter, finding the right firmware
> (somehow the windows driver wasn't sufficient), modprobe, blacklisting,
> and ndiswrapper. Since I don't know what made it work, I have been
> unwilling to do a full install again. Even upgrades were done with
> trepidation since fedora 8 required more magic to get it to work again.
> But if it works from a vanilla install I would like to reinstall. Can I
> take the live cd as evidence that things will work?
Yes, but you may want to run for a bit and make sure it stays reliable
through regular use for a day or two first; the openfwwf stuff is still
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