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webodin|Post time:7-31-2017 03:42:15 View:1042|Reply:6

Hi Anyone
Looking for WIFI linux driver for UBUNTU DEBIAN  release 17.04

any one can help
preciate thanx..
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ljvtb01| Post time 4-23-2017 08:53:38 | Show all posts
Ubuntu shouldn't need drivers. If you have a USB Wi-Fi adapter plug it in and run Ubuntu updates. Then open Software and Sources. There should be a driver tab. If you do not have a USB Wi-Fi adapter reply to this thread and I will try to help you.
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line| Post time 5-27-2017 01:42:43 | Show all posts
Please, comment if you have any linux distribution
"Some screenshots would not be bad"
Thanks
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llamamall| Post time 5-27-2017 15:13:16 | Show all posts
I don't think any linux kernel supports this chipset yet - The device (rtl8723bs) simply isn't anywhere within the system, and the trackpad is broken/impossible to use in Windows. If only this laptop wasn't rushed out before someone tested it ....
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dixonge| Post time 7-17-2017 09:36:51 | Show all posts
llamamall replied at 5-27-2017 15:13
I don't think any linux kernel supports this chipset yet - The device (rtl8723bs) simply isn't anywh ...

I use the trackpad in Windows all the time. Works just fine.
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Linal| Post time 7-18-2017 14:31:59 | Show all posts
Edited by Linal at 7-18-2017 14:44

Hello webodin,

this is not the way of asking for help.
You have to supply enough information to actually help you.
And you don't.

So, open a terminal and enter:
uname -a

It will tell you what Linux kernel version you use (and what driver come with it).

lsusb

It will tell you what USB devices are known to your Linux.
(if the 'lsusb' command is not found, install it first)

lspci

It will tell you what PCI devices are known to your Linux.
(if the 'lspci' command is not found, install it first)

lsmod

It will tell you what modules (driver) are loaded by your Linux.

And finally the content of (if present):
cat /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf
cat /etc/modprobe.conf
ls -la /etc/modprobe.d/*

If you supply all this info, I'm able to help you.

1 minute of googleling found:
Realtek 8723BS driver: https://github.com/hadess/rtl8723bs
Linux Kernel 4.12 will get the Realtek 8723BS WIFI driver.
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fishears| Post time 7-31-2017 03:42:15 | Show all posts
Actually there's a tool called "isorespin.sh" that will make almost any Linux ISO compatible with our device. I've used it with a LiveCD of Ubuntu 17.10 and it worked very well. Only audio didn't work but there are fixes for this if you install the OS.

Just search for "isorespin.sh" HTH
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