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    Hey,

    Just curious if anyone has a walk through or a tutorial up for this model Netbook, that includes installation and configuration of wifi drivers. I have been searching for days and couldn't find anything specific for this model netbook.

    if anyone had bt4 installed on an HDD, can you please reply with your /etc/fstab??

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    Quote Originally Posted by errorn0x View Post
    if anyone had bt4 installed on an HDD, can you please reply with your /etc/fstab??
    Instead of double posting why not use the edit button on your previous post, especially since you were the only respondent.
    Also instead of us posting a config file here why don't you paste yours so that we can help you edit it.
    Also might want to give more information about the type of card you have.
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    Thanks for the feedback. I have figured out the fstab issue. Also, my wireless card is either a Broadcom 4321AG or 4322AG, how can I tell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by errorn0x View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. I have figured out the fstab issue. Also, my wireless card is either a Broadcom 4321AG or 4322AG, how can I tell?
    Manufactures website, or just taking a look at it. Besides you really only need to know what chipset it uses not the actual card itself.

    Thats my understanding anyways.
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