> It appears that particular chipset is not supported by the b43
> open-source driver. You have three alternatives:
> 1. Use the vendor-provided, non-open-source Linux driver. See
> 2. Use ndiswrapper. This lets you use the Windows driver in Linux. See
> 3. Buy a different wireless card.
> Hope this help!
> -- Kevin
Option 1 worked. That card (broadcom 4312) is not supported by the b43 driver.
Thanks all for your patience and suggestions.
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