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Just installed fedora 8, could anybody please help me on getting my wireless card working. It is an Asus wl-138ge with the Broadcom 4318 chipset on it. I'm using an ...
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    BCM4318 on Fedora 8


    Just installed fedora 8, could anybody please help me on getting my wireless card working. It is an Asus wl-138ge with the Broadcom 4318 chipset on it. I'm using an i386 architecture.

    Thanks for any help.

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    You have bad luck my man.
    I have or the 4318 or the 4314 (kinda forgot) and well its the ANTI-CHRIST of Cards..

    I got it working using:
    - Gentoo Custom Kernel
    - WPA_Supplicant
    - NDiswrapper

    Good Luck.

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    Well I got the broadcom 4318 too and it isn't really hard getting this to work. I prefer using ndiswrapper to get this working. Have a look here. if you got any questions/problems post here.
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