Ubuntu: No Wireless Networks are available (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS)



Question:

I have recently installed Ubuntu 16.04 on my MacBook Pro, using a thumb-drive and UNetbootin. Right now, Ubuntu is the only operating system running on my computer. My problem is that I can't see any available networks that I can join and on my previous OS I could see all these networks but in Ubuntu I cannot see any networks showing up in the top right corner on the connection icon.

I am sure that all my settings are correct and I do have Enable Networking as true. I hope you can find the solution to this problem.

Thanks.


Solution:1

Few questions:

1) What model macbook Pro do you have?

You can flip it over its on top of the back plate

2) Can you get Ethernet if so plug it in and run

sudo apt-get update  sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer  sudo apt-get upgrade  sudo reboot  

3) If step #2 does not work can you paste the out put of

lspci | grep "Netowork"  

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