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  1. [SOLVED] Wifi suddenly gone with the wind

    Reinstall kernal-bcmwl-source. That worked for me. Broadcom is a nasty piece of work, I am still having trouble with mine.
  2. Ah HA! I reinstalled the broadcom drivers and it seems to be working. I had previously installed them but perhaps it did not work the first time. c'est la vie. Thank you all!
  3. lspci? lsmod and modprobe? i'm not entirely sure what those are. sorry, i'm a musician, not a software engineer. i've installed a lot of A/V software (ardour, openshot, audacity) and i tried installing the broadcom kernel but i seem to be battling my crappy broadcom wifi the whole way. before, my wireless was intermittent, and disappeared completely when i connected via ethernet.
  4. Tara, this is what I am getting. I don't have an entry for wlan.
  5. I can't screenshot, the module isn't working, and shutter is having problems too. It doesn't say "disabled". There is just nothing there, it only shows "Wired Network auto eth0". When I go to Edit Connections, it shows the wireless tab, but I cannot get it to connect to my home wireless network.
  6. No, this restarts the network manager and applet, but the only option is still a wired connection. Wireless networks have disappeared completely from the menu, before and after running these commands.
  7. Hello, Hope someone can help me with this problem. I was having some issues with the wireless internet periodically failing. I had not resolved that issue, so I plugged directly into my router for wired internet (to upload some video), and now my wireless is gone! Upon restarting, the option to connect to a wireless network is still gone, despite the wired connection being unplugged. Now I can only connect directly, and need my wireless access. Thank you. d.a.
  8. Can't install from Live USB onto HD

    I'm not quite sure what I did, but it's running. Fully installed on my hard drive. Now, to fix this wireless problem that Tara mentioned...
  9. Can't install from Live USB onto HD

    Ah, okay, so for some reason I cannot unmount my hard drive in Bodhi Live. There is no unmount option before the partitioning section of the installation. Wat do?
  10. Can't install from Live USB onto HD

    Okay, I have Bodhi Live up and running, and now I am have up the installer. I have selected the /sda1 slot (my HD) to install to, but it tells me that /cdrom is mounted and that I need to unmount it. I am not sure what this means, I have no disk drive on this computer and the only devices are the USB live stick and the HD. Uh...yeah.
  11. I apologize for knowing very little about computing... I am trying to install the latest version of Bodhi Linux on my Dell Mini 9. Currently I am running Ubuntu 10.04. I can get Bodhi running live using a unetbootin USB, but when I try to install it to my hard drive, only the USB memory shows up under drive options. What do I need to do to install it over Ubuntu on my hard drive?