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I had no issue with this on my last laptop, however airmon-ng is reporting that interface eth1 has an unknown chipset.
Dell Wireless (DW) – WikiDevi
Unfortunately, broadcom’s wirelese-n driver which is the driver I had installed does not cooperate in the way it expects; only the open-source ‘b43’ driver is capable of doing this. It seems that if airmon-ng is required then the Broadcom is not the card for you. I had same problems with Broadcom driver on Lucid and Maverick.
Also a lsmod grep “wlan” search comes up with nothing It’s approximately, “I read that my wireless card doesn’t support injection and airmon.
I have no options for wireless networks in the networks menu, only for my wired network. I’m sure they are incorrect. Post as a guest Name.
Checking the module aliases in wl shows: After installing the Broadcom STA limux from the Proprietary drivers selection I was able to connect to my wireless network, however the connection repeatedly drops.
Dell Wireless 1520 (DW1520)
Not what I wanted to hear, but that’s not your fault. I have been working with a case where the interface is ra0.
Dell wireless (BCM) Ubuntu no wireless icon in unity – Ask Ubuntu
It is easy to force a device to load another driver, however it’s very difficult and usually impossible to get the wrong driver to actually operate and connect. Jules fell 2 I have a laptop whose interface is wlan0 and another which is eth1. I don’t think the disconnects have the slightest to do with the name of the interface.
What is more compelling is here: To that end, I blacklisted ‘wl’. Here are the important commands