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And since it is just software you can just un-install it and install the 435 from Lenovo if you experience some issues.
Sometimes with the HardwareID it gets easier to find the driver on Google.
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Message 3 of 5. Could you please provide the missing information following https: In trying to do what you suggested, I uninstalled the driver, then selected ‘Scan for hardware changes’ under network adapters. And this is the output of ‘lspci -vvnn grep -A 9 Network’ when running linux 3.
14s4 This bug affects 2 people. Building initial module for 3. I’m not sure why this didn’t work during the update process or where the driver came from, but it’s working now so I have no complaints.
The third part device drivers are not formally supported by Lenovo until they show up on Lenovo website but in my experience they are reliable. Register Sign In Help.
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Sign In Apply for Membership. Hi, welcome to the forum. Message 2 of 5. I 144e checking Broadcom’s website too but, strangely, only found Linux You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
Vincenzo Costa cvincenzo16 wrote on Ok, after some new attempts I can file a report of what’s going on. I just installed LXLE I then removed the proprietary Broadcom driver using Driver Manager. By issuing manually inside a shell the command.
Running module version sanity check. Bad return status for module build on kernel: It works ok with the 3. Here are the checking commands an their outputs: Ubuntu Vivid Vervet development branch Release: Other bug 14d4 Subscribe someone else.
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Ouput from the following commands: I cannot get it to work. Message 5 of 5. The free version also allow you to download the driver in a slow way. Message 1 of 5.
I’m not entirely sure what pieces of the ID from device manager are relevant, so here’s everything for the network adapter: I just can’t get 44359 to work here on LXLE. The hardware ID will be 14E4: