Bcm4312 Firmware Download |WORK|
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This package downloads and installs the firmware needed by the b43kernel driver for some Broadcom 43xx wireless network cards.Supported chipsets: * BCM4306/3 (chip revision 3 only); * BCM4311 (NOT PCI Id 14e4:4313); * BCM4312; * BCM43131; * BCM4318; * BCM4321 (only partial support, not all versions tested); * BCM43217; * BCM4322 (only partial support for some versions, not all versions tested); * BCM43222 (not all versions tested); * BCM43224 (not all versions tested); * BCM43225; * BCM43227; * BCM43228; * BCM4331; * BCM47xx (detection not reliable, may not support all versions). Other Packages Related to firmware-b43-installer depends recommends suggests enhances dep:b43-fwcutter (>= 1:019-7) utility for extracting Broadcom 43xx firmware dep:bzip2 high-quality block-sorting file compressor - utilities dep:ca-certificates Common CA certificates dep:pciutils PCI utilities dep:wget retrieves files from the web Download firmware-b43-installer Download for all available architectures ArchitecturePackage SizeInstalled SizeFiles all12.5 kB32.0 kB [list of files] This page is also available in the following languages (How to set the default document language):
Broadcom has a noted history with its support for Wi-Fi devices regarding GNU/Linux. For a good portion of its initial history, Broadcom devices were either entirely unsupported or required the user to tinker with the firmware. The limited set of wireless devices that were supported were done so by a reverse-engineered driver. The reverse-engineered b43 driver was introduced in the 2.6.24 kernel.
An Internet connection is the ideal way to install the broadcom-wl driver; many newer laptops with Broadcom cards forgo Ethernet ports, so a USB Ethernet adapter or Android tethering may be helpful. If you have neither, you will need to first install the base-devel package during installation. Then, use another Internet-connected computer to download linux-headers and the driver tarball from the AUR, and install them in that order.
In some cases (e.g. using BCM4331 and b43-firmwareAUR), wifi connection works intermittently. One way to fix this is to check if the card is hard-blocked or soft-blocked by kernel, and if it is, unblock it with rfkill.
I installed Debian Wheezy on my netbook a couple of days ago and forgot to install the Broadcom wifi drivers, while I still had wired access. Now, this morning in the comfort of my bed I wanted to get online from my netbook and realized I have no working wifi on it. Luckily, I happened to have a second laptop with working wireless with me to use as the package downloader, downloaded the required packages to USB drive and copied them to my netbook.
Oh, of course, thanks! So I did the patch and could install the driver.I was trying to do that because this driver is consuming too much battery. While I download some files powertop shows me that:
@nightromantic, thanks for your detailed assistance and pointing me in the right direction(s). Bullet three was now of particular interest to me now. Per bullet one, I did follow the Command Line Setup ( ). Per bullet 2, I have the same result; I can install the driver (dnf install broadcom-wl) but, as you know, have no connection. Per bullet 3 It appears that in order to get the firmware one must now download the rpmfusion Tainted package and install, as shown here: And then use command: dnf install b43-firmware
This package downloads and installs the firmware needed by the b43 kernel driver for some Broadcom 43xx wireless network cards. . Supported chipsets: * BCM4306/3; * BCM4311; * BCM4318; * BCM4321; * BCM4322 (only 14e4:432b); * BCM4312 (with Low-Power a.k.a. LP-PHY).
I have a laptop that I installed Debian(buster) onto that has no GUI also known as (CLI). But for some reason, I can't install firmware-b43-installer it comes up with this error E: Unable to locate package firmware-b43-installer I have a BCM4312 network chip. I followed this tutorial on how to install the firmware I looked around for a solution for hours but couldn't find a working one. I also downloaded a non-official iso from -free/cd-including-firmware/10.7.0+nonfree/amd64/bt-cd/
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