Working Broadcom wireless in Kubuntu live session

This turns out to be pretty easy now, although there isn’t any U/I for it.

sudo jockey-text -a

Then configure wifi normally.

I expect that clicking on hardware drivers to get the GUI version of jockey would work too, but didn’t test it, so no promises.

This post is being drafted from a live CD session that I activated this way.

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1 Response to “Working Broadcom wireless in Kubuntu live session”


  1. 1 67GTA October 10, 2010 at 00:26

    The jockey GUI worked exactly the same for my Dad’s Dell laptop with BCM4312 (rev.1). The alternate CD doesn’t include the driver for some reason, only the live version.


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