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One example of this: If such output is present, your device is already failing on communication on USB-level. Don’t bother dealing with drivers at this point – fix USB communication first.
All relevant unexpected or errors output from the options in this answer. The Thinkpad rebrand does usually not affect the hardware support in Linux, but the used chipset does.
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These are wireeless obvious, sane and harmless steps to take, avoiding the ones listed in Things to avoid if possible. Run rfkill list in a terminal. Try using another type of USB port e.
Try another cable if any you’ve verified is working. The kernel you’re running and the versions you’ve tried. If that fails to remove the soft block, run sudo rfkill unblock all.
Install them all at once by issuing e. Use the uname -r command to identify your kernel version. Follow all wirelses below, as your problem may be two- or three-fold: Try backported kernel modules drivers from the compat-wireless package.
Preparation In this answer I’m assuming you’re familiar with at least the following tasks: Check for output mentioning unable to eduup USB device.
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Most vendors just use chipsets from manufacturers like Broadcom, Atheros, Ralink or Intel while the product itself may not carry this name. Things to avoid if possible Compiling from source e. This ‘wrapper’ around Windows brkadcom should be tried as a last resort only, as it’s very inefficient to emulate a Windows environment on Linux for hardware drivers.
Try the latest stable Linux kernel. If it does work, the easiest approach is to simply wait for the new release. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires broacdom reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
This lists the state of radio killswitches. In the near future, a 3.
What should I direless in a new question? PCI and integrated devices e. Go to Identifying the exact hardware and see if you can see some error messages when you plug in your device. Refer to How do I install additional drivers?
At the time of writing, this was linux-backports-modules-cw Only for USB devices: In case you see yes on Soft blocked: Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
This should not be necessary as the more recent wireless drivers are provided by the compat-wireless package in the earlier option.