This other thread , gives some insight about the different construction of the bcm card. Oct 15 ’12 at Apparently, for some reason the bit flags a lot of them did not get passed to the make process. So, first of all, if you hit problems like these – try a clean restart with a “gmake all”. Supported devices by driver 4.
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BroadCom BCM94321 BCM4321 BCM94311 BCM4311 WIFI Wireless WLAN Card Windows Drivers Download
I looked into the site and found the firmware I need but I have no input as to how to install it without being able to access Ubuntu directly. I already tried a ralink mini-pci, but the bios is blocking me. Fatal error in reader: Is there any way to re-open this? My notebook is essentially without networking when booted in OI, so it is not very easy to test such things out and try to get code from internet.
Mike 2 8. The Makefile also includes some targets to simplify testing: I can’t say if it was GCC’s fault, or if you changed something in ndiscvt to such effect, but the curious fact is there. Having trouble finding the right driver? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
In my case, for reference only YMMV:. You already got all needed answers. I’d like to thank Jean-Pierre again for the nice work he did, and some list members – for asking questions which lead to better product, helping me advance the Makefile in this project in particular: Sign up using Facebook.
Sorry, I did not notice ths bug earlier to chime in. This version in particular does not support WPA, and Jean-Pierre did not need that, so it is up to some other developer to add the support if needed.
The issue for people with non-supported cards like us is that, in monolithic kernels like most ‘nix OSs, device drivers are a part of the kernel.
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As you do know I have a laptop with a BCM which is currently useless for WiFi in OI, and the tricks we tried with “bwn” and NDIS did not work, panicking my system instantly upon driver load both 32 and 64 bit tests with appropriate kernels.
So bcm43321 Windows you should be able to download your original Windows driver and these debs: Just make sure to first check that it’s supported! This is mainly for NDIS5 drivers.
This is against OpenBSD policy binary blobs. After doing a little more research and asking on IRC, I found a more pragmatic answer. I did not yet dig any further, i. In my case, for reference only YMMV: No output written to ndis. So, the tl;dr is that you’d have to take a driver that supported this wireless card from FreeBSD, for exampleand compile winddows into the kernel.