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If you do a real install to a hard drive or a persistent install to USB the wireless card would probably work ‘automagically’ without you needing to faff about. December 2nd, 7. I think that perhaps on this particular make and model Fedora is the way to go.
You’ll get a slew of hits. In the former case, you can’t ‘install’ wireless drivers to installation media. If the various Broadcom work-arounds don’t work, you could always try buying an Intel chip via eBay or what have lagitude.
The system does latiutde see latitdue wireless, and I have read somewhere that ubuntu and kubuntu should have a driver for that from broadcom. December 1st, 2. Ubuntu is installed to the USB dongle like it would be to a hard drive? My boss gave me an old D that the IT dept. Does anybody knows how to fix the wireless connection?
The time now is My system never does shut down, I have to hold power button.
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December 2nd, 6. Originally Posted by squakie.
Dell Latitude D630 Laptop install challenge
[SOLVED] Wireless connection on dell latitude d
Going to the Muon Package Manager I can’t get no satisfaction because writing in there anything that is not an application name seems to be yielding no results. However, I installed Fedora 21 because it made the wi-fi active from the get go no questions asked, no tinkering to be done.
That would be like attempting to put information on a bootable, read-only install CD December 2nd, 8. Glad it’s working for you!
I’m posting this link to my thread as the answer was given there by Wild Man: If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. Fixing the problem [solved] Thank you guys for the suggestion.
December 1st, 1. December 1st, 3. None seemed to do the trick.