Looks like I do indeed have a very stubborn card. Anything to do after that? I’m not sure what driver I have installed now, but I was never offered a choice, so far as I recall. Here’s to hoping my problems will be solved. Just calling “pm-suspend” as root works. That is the id of your wireless chip. Once a proper kernel is installed, you need to install proper firmware from the proprietary driver, using something like the bfwcutter package.

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Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. Some of his documentation is in Italian, but its nothing google translate can’t handle. Just calling “hibernate-disk” as root works. Any help will be very much appreciated. Were you offered more than one choice of proprietary drivers?

This will solve the problem: Resources Attachments Some configuration files and sample outputs. The same should work in Mint, and I’m sure Fedora and Arch have something similar.


If you’re still not working then I’m afraid you’ve got a very stubborn card on your hands. Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers 47 answers. Submit a new link. I haven’t tested the testing kernel or others.

It says wireless is neither soft nor hard blocked. All Broadcom chips have an id that begins with “14e4: D is supported out of box.

There’s a great list of introductory links here – thanks to SCSweeps. OKAY, got it fixed finally; after suggestions on the Ubuntu forums and 2d50 around with drivers, what finally worked was installing Wicd.

I just checked rfkill list. If you fix the problem yourself, please post your solution, so that others can also learn.

Any distro, any platform! I installed Ubuntu Closing the lid just locks the screen tested only with xscreensaver.

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Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt. As long as you did, and rebooted then you’ve done everything correctly. And if you have yet to experience it, the arch wiki and support community is incredible. Multi-click, however, doesn’t work out of the box bgoadcom needs a special configuration. Core Components Boot Standard Kernel: Broadcom STA is a specific driver, thanks.


I entered that into terminal and everything was going fine and the download and processes finished up, I rebooted, and d2500. I do not know if mine has the broadcom card that you mentioned, but the broadcom modules come supported in this beautifully preconfigured arch setup.

WiFi This model has a broadcom wifi card that requires special configuration.

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The way I enabled wifi was to copy a backported package like this on a usb stick ine install it from there since the wired network card wasn’t working either. The trick here is to raise the “speaker” volume up, as raising the master volume is not sufficient.

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