10-19-2016 03:19 AM - edited 10-19-2016 04:02 AM
Hi I have a HP Stream Notebook 11-d010na and I have erased Windows and Installed Suse Linux on it.
Unfortunately there is no good Linux driver for the native Broadcom wifi card.
So I have bought already 2 intel wifi cards, advance-n and wireless-n. Both do not work although there are good Linux drivers for these cards. I was wondering if HP has a whitelist for wifi cards. If so how can I find out what is on this list or how can I disable this list. Thanks a lot.
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10-19-2016 07:05 AM
I know that HP has whitelisted Wifi cards in the past, I am not sure about the Stream notebooks.
I have a Stream model 11-d010nr purchased in October 2014 that came with a Realtek RTL8723BE Wifi card that is working well with Linux Mint 17.3.
You may have already considered using a USB Wifi adapter instead. I have gotten good performance with the Panda USB Wifi Adapter, it worked well with every Linux distribution I have tried.
10-19-2016 08:06 AM