Join Date Jan Beans 1. Realtek wifi driver problem in Linux Mint Someone somewhere told that Lucid kernel 2. There is no option to scan for networks and adding one manually does nothing. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Join Date Nov Beans Broadcom Corporation physical id:
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Try to wrote full absolute path there. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. This is the complete output of lspci – pastebin.
Do I just have to suck it up and use a different adapter?
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[SOLVED] Realtek RTL PCI card and ndiswrapper help.
Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. It might have been Realtek’s own site but I’m not sure. I have used this tutorial here: Join Date Jan Beans 1.
I can’t connect to wifi as no wireless option shows up. I’ve installed ndiswrapper and used it with netxp.
You can do it by this link: What I did was attach an ethernet cable and run sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get install -f.
Realtek RTL n Wireless LAN (Mini-)PCI NIC – CentOS
It failed with kernel 4. I decided yesterday maybe regrettably to go ahead and just take the plunge and installed Debian 8.
Sign up using Email and Password. The errors with cdrom are because your installation is referencing the install media. But the solution to it is old and doesn’t work for the new linux.
Hope this helps someone. By running ifconfig wlan0 up you will enable WiFi and then test with iwlist wlan0 scan to see if it recognizes any Networks; test with Ethernet and WiFi.
Any idea what am I missing here? The output didn’t change.
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