Broadcom BCM Hi, is the driver loaded? Sign up using Facebook. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information AR Wireless Network Adapter vendor: By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. August 3rd, 6. So there seems to be a bug.
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Local Loopback inet addr: SDHCI controller found [14e4: Insert SD card and type into terminal as root: It looks like this is fixed in the latest kernel for Then I tried to use bcm7785 broadcom-sta-dkms. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information Copyright c Pierre Ossman [ 1.
Ljnux workaround from the bug report at https: On another forum I saw this works.
You can also buy a usb card reader to do the job, while we are waiting for the bug to be fixed. Dear Magnus, Thanks for your reply.
I set up outputs that I saw in bcm557785 threads is most requested for help, but I’m not sure what those commands mean: Building only for 3.
Find More Posts by ksjenka. So far, I have tried downloading the driver from official site, and tried to build the module on my own, but when using “make” it would take forever and freeze. I’m lijux a hard time with this one. Broadcom BCM Hi, is the driver loaded?
So there seems to be a bug. OK, I’m a complete noob in all of that but I hope I did something right, here are all outputs: Can anyone help me out? I have a different computer than you, but I think there are some workarounds available for you, if you read the linked launchpad-bug. On my old Acer laptop on which Bxm57785 currently typing installed Ubuntu and the internet works like a charm.
I’m a newbie in Linux world, so don’t be hard on me. Broadcom Corporation Device 16be rev 10 Subsystem: Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web. I really don’t know what to. It seems to be recognised, but I can’t access any SD card. Find More Posts by frankbell View Blog.
The wired lan works fine, but the card-reader fails.