Broadcom 43xx genuine driver help
Hi I just installed Ubuntu and updated it. I am an experienced linux user and I want to get my Broadcom Wi-Fi working. I read that it is supported natively in Ubuntu (no fwcutter or Ndiswrapper). How do you unstall the genuine driver? I tried broadcom's howto but get this:
Which should mean that I already have the thing and just need to get it going.
sudo insmod /home/USER/Desktop/broadcom/wl.ko
insmod: error inserting '/home/USER/Desktop/broadcom/wl.ko': -1 File exists
lsmod gives that it is loaded along with ieee80211_crypt. Any help appreciated.
My install is clean - I haven't installed any packages so that might be a reason.
Last edited by KOTAPAKA; March 29th, 2009 at 07:01 PM.
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