Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Invalid argument Any help would be greatly appreciated. Email Required, but never shown. As a matter of fact, I’m replying over ethernet. I’m certain you won’t have to do it after each reboot.
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Any pointers on where to look in logs rboadcom would be gratefully received. I am however unable to determine which configuration version of Ubuntu, OS language, etc this manifests on. May 28th, 1. I updated Ubuntu to I followed the tutorial and I managed to get packet injection working on my WLAN; however, my ethernet connection isn’t working. Email Required, but never shown.
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I shall try your workaround on my laptop. What the heck could be wrong? I then went to the Synaptic Package Manager, searched for all Broadcom packages and installed them. Broqdcom install was last October. The file should look this way Warning: To configure network protocol and address, refer to various Linux broadco. Originally Posted by bkratz. You can always check the status of any of these drivers by opening this section.
When I want to use the wired NIC: If you upgrade b43 then it’s dependencies will also be upgraded by compat-wireless.
The message you recieve is normaly about restricted drivers being avaliable this from the a specific program Called hardware drivers broaccom the administration menu I would check this to see if any of them are enabled or not and what drivers you broafcom offered I have heard of multiple drivers being suggested for Broadcom networking.
Broadcom b44 ethernet controller not working after patching wlan driver Also if this is actually what you put in sudo mod e probe b44 It should have been modprobe.
CONFIG_B44: Broadcom 4400 ethernet support
The following are general guidelines for installing the driver. And the “Wifi Fix” section is wrong.
networking – Ethernet Network card BCMB0 no longer recognised? – Ask Ubuntu
I will replace the laptop with the broadcom NICs later this week so I will not solve this. It would help if you added the status of these to your question. I however can’t seem to find my ethernet device anywhere This file is autogenerated by bcmwl. Invalid argument Any help would be greatly appreciated. Email Required, but never shown.