Well this is my first post so hello! I got a used Dell Mini 110 from a freind and it had #! on it. I played around with this flavor a couple of time on a couple of computers but it was only through USB and never "installed" on said computer. I really fell in love it's simplicity and the quickness of it. Long story short becuause you all here love #! it is "installed" on the new Mini. It runs great but the Wifi didn't work...
I scoured the internet and these forums but didn't find anything that exactly matched what I was experienceing.
Basically I did an iwconfig and it said l0, eth0 and pan0 all had "no wireless extentions". So now what...
I found a website that walked me through some steps because I am still pretty new to Linux but I know my way around so I just had to find the "commands" that I needed.
I needed to know exactly which wireless network card I had in this thing so I used from https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WiFiHowTo
sudo apt-get install wireless-tools
lspci | grep Network
and got Broadcom Corporation BCM4313 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN Controller
Now comes the fun part, GOOGLE!!! I searched Broadcom Corporation BCM4313 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN Controller Linux drivers and found this website: http://wiki.debian.org/wl#Installation
I followed everything step by step and bingo! I know have wireless connectivity!
Well I just wanted to post this incase anybody else comes across the same problem. I am also going to post this in the Master List How To for #!.
I was wondering which release of C#! you are using. AFAIK I have also a BCM43 wifi device in my Lenovo S10-3 - but is is detected automatically by C#! 10 aka Statler and the appropriate driver is installed out of the box.
Anyway thx for posting your solution and perhaps you could add a reference to your release of C#!