So, your wireless device is working right now. But, how do you know it’s working properly? We just set it up right?. Don’t worry, in this part we’ll learn how to test it. First, make sure you have an access point that’s working fine. Or to make thing easier, go to public hotspot on your town. Don’t have in your town? Auw, that’s terrible. Anyway, I’m assuming you are currently on public hotspot right now. And I also assume you are using Kubuntu (specifically [but not important] 7.04).
Well, This actually is an alternative solution from my previous post. This time, the problem still the same. But I did using different method. Instead of using driver from installer which is came from CD included with my laptop. I’m using driver that’s already installed on my laptop. Why I did this? because I don’t bring the installer and I’m just reinstall my kubuntu with ubuntu 7.04 Fiesty Fest.
Sudah sekitar 4 bulan saya menggunakan kubuntu dan sudah selama itu pula linux saya hanya digunakan untuk memenuhi harddisk sampai kira2 2 minggu yang lalu saat saya dapat DVD repositori dari fajran. Continue reading “Setting Broadcom Wireless Device in Kubuntu”