Submit a new text post. Later kernels are better at this than the one shipped with Debian. I’ve used Linux for quite a few years now, on two desktops and one other laptop. That is the id of your wireless chip. Any distro, any platform! Option “NoDDC” glxgears gives good performance: Broadcom Corporation BCM

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60 Day Acer Aspire One D250 WiFi Wireless Card Broadcom BCM94312HMG

Common features are listed below Screen size 14″, 15″, or 15″ wide Wireless card Disk and Ram size, optical device Other options, like fingerprint reader, bluetooth Where would I look, or what terminal code would I enter, to find out for sure?

Multi-click, however, doesn’t work out of the box and needs a special configuration. I did select yes and that point.

Does this sidebar need an addition or correction? You need to press the power button or any key on the keyboard to resume. I entered that into terminal and everything was going fine and the download and processes finished up, I rebooted, and nothing.


I haven’t tested the testing kernel wirelses others. Before I post an answer, let’s see if you have firmware installed: Submit a new link. The trick here is to raise the “speaker” volume up, as raising the master volume is not sufficient.

Can I do that with the AAO? Want to add to the discussion? Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt. Were you offered more than one choice of proprietary drivers? Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Broadcom Corporation BCM DebianOn is an effort to document how to bfoadcom, configure and use Debian on some specific hardware.

InstallingDebianOn/Acer/AspireOne-D – Debian Wiki

Option “NoDDC” glxgears gives good performance: The purpose is not to duplicate the Debian Official Documentationbut to document how to install Debian on some specific hardware. Did you try using the Broadcom STA driver? Resources Attachments Some configuration files and sample outputs. I come here for one final plea, does anyone know how the fuck to work this out?


I just checked rfkill list. All Broadcom chips have an id that begins with “14e4: Submit a new text post. The same should work in Mint, and I’m sure Fedora and Arch have something similar. WiFi This model has a broadcom wifi card that requires special configuration. I do not know if mine has the broadcom card that you mentioned, but the broadcom modules come supported in this beautifully preconfigured arch setup.

Or could I just go buy another mini-PCI wireless card? Once that kernel is in place, the wired ethernet card also works.

If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. D is supported out of box. As long as you did, and rebooted then you’ve done everything correctly. Broadcom Corporation BCM This question already has an answer here: