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To install the restricted drivers (broadcom wireless drivers) in the ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal and Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric without a wired Internet connection follow the instructions below: 3E9UE7TCRV9V

How to install restricted wireless drivers in Ubuntu without wired network

  1. Insert the Ubuntu 11.04 or Ubuntu 11.10 (Desktop) live CD into the CD-ROM drive.
  2. First goto the folder “pool\main\d\dkms” in the CD-ROM and double-click on the “dkms_2.1.1.2-5ubuntu1_all.deb”. It will take you to the synapatic packet manager, click on install button here.
  3. Next goto the “pool\main\b\b43-fwcutter” in the CD-ROM and double-click on “b43-fwcutter_013-3_i386.deb”. It will take you to the synapatic packet manager, click on install button here.
  4. Next goto the folder “pool\restricted\b\bcmwl” in the CD-ROM and double-click on the “bcmwl-kernel-source_5.100.82.38+bdcom-0ubuntu3_i386.deb”. It will take you to the synapatic packet manager, click on install button here.

Once this is done, restart the system and the wireless will work just fine (Click on the wireless tab on the top right hand side of the screen and select the network to connect to. If it is a secured connection then enter keyring token when prompted.) Using this method other restricted drivers present in the CD-ROM can be installed provided the dependencies are taken care of (the dependencies programs are present in “pool\main” folder).

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