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Re: should broadcom BCM4318 wireless work out of the box?



On Fri, 30 Oct 2009, Jon Ciesla wrote:

> There's a b43 open-source firmware in the default install now, so it
> *should* work.  I'm using it right now, and it's good.
>
> Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> >   i ask since i'd like to finally install f12 x86_64 beta on one
> > of my laptops this weekend, but i might have to do it where i
> > won't have access to wired networking, only wireless.  so if
> > getting broadcom wireless needs a wired connection to download
> > anything after the install, i'm pretty much screwed.

  ok, i'll take a chance this weekend.  what i'm really interested in
is ATI radeon support, particularly for my xpress 200m.  if anyone can
report on how well that's working for them, i definitely want to know.

rday
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