Is someonr out here with a solution? You are posting a reply to: For all of these steps, I was connected to my router via an Ethernet cable. I tried to install many Linux Distros, but everyone of them had the same problem. To turn on the wifi we must install, use Dell Quickset. Everything has gone without complaints.

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March 24th, 1.

Making Wireless Work on a Dell D600 with Ubuntu

March 24th, 2. Solution works like a charm on Linux Mint When I click on Wirelees rell I can see my home network and put password, but connections isn’t starting. What can I to do more?

Otherwise I have to open the backside of the laptop as you specified LAN Internetzugang geht problemlos. I spend a lot of time 2 days to fix this bug, with your guide it took me 3 minutes!

Join Date Jul Beans Thanks and Regards, James George. LAN cable network is working without any problems.

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I searched in so many forums for a solution, but nothing worked. The bwfwcutter is a “firmware cutter”, a tool to extract firmware from Broadcom 43xx driver drll object files.


All of the above was done with the “live” CD. Is someonr out here with a solution?

[SOLVED] Dell Latitude D mit XUBUNTU – WLAN läuft nich

August 20th, 5. August 11th, 2. My issue is Wireless is not working, even i cannot see the wireless icon which use to showup in the system tray. I recently inherited an old Dell Latitude D laptop, but the wireless wasn’t working on it.

Wireless on Dell latitude D600 not working, please help

In which case feel free to buy one from the link above. When system is starting I’ve no error commands. To turn on the wifi we must install, use Dell Quickset. Only putting additionaly DNS servers to 8. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. I’ve tried instal Wifi with 2 wireless PCI card.

I’ve done step wllan step all what you adviced me. Originally Posted by bebo2. After finding your advice I was able to figure out where Latltude was going wrong and get things up and running in about 10 minutes. After some investigation, I learned that it somehow didn’t have a wireless card!


You just need to connect the black and white antenna wires, which should be in the compartment, and there will be black and white triangles to tell you which goes where. After two days of reading and a lot of research, I’m now better involved, but could not solve the problem yet. It should be the larger one. Hopefully this post finds its way up the google latituxe. August 19th, 4.

Reading the Linux Wireless b43 page which I got from the Broadcom 43xx Linux Driver page made me realize that I had to run the bfwcutter program. They’re real simple to put in, since they only fit one way.

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