If indeed it’s a , I had the same problem in a different model but the procedure is the same. Originally Posted by Bucky Ball. This question already has an answer here: My boss gave me an old D that the IT dept. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service.

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My system never does shut down, I have to hold power button.

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Originally Posted by Bucky Ball. December 1st, 1. I think that perhaps on this particular make and model Fedora is the way to go.

I did find an article elsewhere on this site that might help askubuntu. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

Dell Latitude D630 Laptop install challenge

The time now is Does anybody knows how to fix the wireless connection? This question already has an answer here: I’ve done that with a coupla laptops. Results 1 to 9 of 9. Going to the Muon Package Manager I can’t get no satisfaction because writing in there anything that is not an application name seems to be yielding no results.


In the former case, you can’t ‘install’ wireless drivers to installation media. Forum Currently Supported Releases Kubuntu Results 1 to 5 of 5.

It’s supposed to be a gift rell my girlfriend which she was going to get tomorrow, so if anyone can help me with step by step instructions between now and then it will be greatly appreciated It has an Intel chipset and it works just fine.

All times are GMT. If the various Broadcom work-arounds don’t work, you could always try buying an Intel chip via eBay or what have you. Window user so no idea how to proceed. Broadcom Corporation BCM Am running Ubuntu And I noticed that the procedure whould have to be repeated after each kernel update. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled.

Fixing the problem [solved] Thank you guys for the suggestion. Glad it’s working for you! If indeed it’s aI had the same problem in a different model but the procedure is the same.


December 2nd, 8. The ‘lspci’ shows I have “BCM”. I’m posting this link to my thread as the answer was given there by Wild Man: I’ve had problems on most Dell’s with Broadcomm drivers.

networking – WiFi on Dell D – Ask Ubuntu

Please Read Me Be not the first by whom the new are tried, Nor yet the last to lay the old aside. December 2nd, 5.

To find the adapter, run this command. I’m not very linux saavy.