Iwlist wlp2s0 scan gives no scan results. Launchpad also offers a list of Bugs found with Broadcom related issues. This will start downloading the packages and additionally download the Broadcom driver source Couple of additional Megabytes. Running iwlist wlp2s0 scan gives “no scan results”. Lastly the Guide to all Broadcom Drivers found in Ubuntu which shows the following list For more information, visit the link provided, it covers much more:
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[SOLVED] no WiFi networks on Ubuntu Macbook (Broadcom)
If you want to do it via the terminal simply do: Update the list of available packages: Visit the following links: Configure your wireless interface as appropriate.
This is simply a script to extract and install the b43 driver firmware, maintained by the Ubuntu community.
The two things I installed at first along with dependencies, of course were: Iwlist wlan0 scan – can you see network s? Please provide the router manufacturer, model, and firmware version.
If the version of the driver you are using in the repository is an older ubunhu than that available from Broadcom, then contacting them would not apply. I see like other 10 wifi spots, just mine not.
They will either not install or stop working after a couple of minutes. Alternative Answer which also works for BCM by izx. After reading the postings in the like above I was really confused, but I thought the bcmwl driver is the right one that I need. Last edited by bad-and-ugly; at Post as a guest Name.
wireless – Wifi (Broadcom BCM) not working on LTS x64 – Ask Ubuntu
If it doesn’t work, please file a bug report as per the support article. RobotHumans 1, 8 All times are GMT First edit your blacklist.
If not already performed, connect the device to your system. Maybe my thing is called wlp2s0. Still, I post this because I see that the problems and the solutions often turn out to be too specific in one way or another. An Internet connection is required.
There are several ways to install the drivers, they all depend on the model you have and the version of Ubuntu you have Since the driver version changes. Then reboot and test the wireless card. Broadcom Corporation BCM In the Method field select Ignore.
If it is bcm34225 in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! Install ‘rfkill’ and run Code: The full manufacturer and model of your computer as noted on the sticker of the computer itself.
Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. If not then install each of them: Note that if you have ANY of the following wireless cards, this will be the common way to install them: If you have an old version of Ubuntu Please include only one not both of the following corresponding to which driver series you are filing a report against: