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Broadcom 43xxx on Linux (openSUSE)

Hopefully there would be many like me who have struggled in configuring Broadcom Wifi Cards on Linux due to their proprietory drivers, now a days it works fine in Ubuntu if you download the drivers available but still it doesnot work with various other distros. so here is a 3 step guide to configure Broadcom Wifi on your linux box these steps have been tested on openSUSE but would work on any distro Step 1 ) Download a file from here. Step 2) Install bcm43xx-fwcutter it is commonly avaiable for all distros Step 3 ) follow the commands


Wi-fi Security

Desclaimer:  The views expressed here are of the author alone, you may agree or disagree on any of them, code/commands given in the posts worked fine for the author please use them on your own risks they may damage your system.

I am in Pune since more than a year now have attended countless conferences, un-conferences, camps and what not, learnt a lot and atleast i am able to blog, in almost every event security is one of the leading topics is it that big, oh YES !!!, i would like to quote Rohit's statement "Click one centimetre below then what you use to click you would be much more secure".

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