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Broadcom 43xx based wireless cards on Ubuntu.

No no, I did not write the tutorial, DarkN00b did . I do not even own one of these wireless cards.
But this is a very popular tutorial on UF, and many users post they have looked a long time before finding it. So I’m going to link it over here.

HOWTO: Broadcom 43xx based wireless cards the EASY way.
Please read the disclaimers in the first post, and enjoy!

Do you use a wireless connection? Please contribute to WiFix.

You can help a new project started by bmartin on UF. From PMs we exchanged and the Dev-Link thread he created, the idea is to come up with a universal WiFi installer, that will automatically detect and install wireless drivers for a variety of wireless cards. They are currently building up a database of wireless chipsets and the drivers that work with them.
Please visit the above thread, it will not take more than 5 mins of your time.

In addition, there is a poll regarding the project name. The current name is WiFix.

Thanks for contributing!

Edit: Keep you informed and contribute to the development of the project here.