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2009/12/31 Randy Yates <[email protected]>
I have a laptop with a working bcm4311 wireless adaptor, but I don't
know which packages were installed to get it working. Any ideas on
how to determine this? Fedora 11.
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Hi,

it is likely that the module used by your card is the b43 one, provided by the kernel.
But this module requires also a firmware.
Anyway I think that the proprietary module wl supports also 4311 chipsets. Did you installed some third-party drivers?
What return the following commands ?
  lsmod | egrep "b43|wl"
  rpm -qa \*kmod\* \*firmware
  lspci -k
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