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Old 20th December 2009, 05:32 AM
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Wifi Dosn't work on Pavilinon dv2 series

After Installing Fedora 12 x86 64 on my Pavilion dv2 Laptop, everything seem working good except Broadcomn Wifi Adapter... anyone can help me to make wifi working ? thx

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Old 20th December 2009, 06:59 AM
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Hello wiseguy,

Except for two Broadcom chipsets, you have to install something to make a Broadcom wireless chipset work in Fedora 12. And the thing that you have to install can be different from one Broadcom chipset to another. So it matters what Broadcom chipset you are using. Find out...
lspci -nn | grep Broadcom
When you've identified that, then the answer will come, I'm sure. It's usually easy stuff once you know what to do. Broadcom chipsets are my favorite and my choice.

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