[CentOS] Broadcom BCM4352 on Centos 7

Thu Dec 14 14:59:38 UTC 2017
Akemi Yagi <amyagi at gmail.com>

On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 5:39 AM, Gary Stainburn <gary at ringways.co.uk> wrote:

> After getting nowhere with the mokutil command I decided to use the other
> option and turn off secure boot in the BIOS settings.
> I had been loathed to do this because every time I do anything in the BIOS
> it
> stuffs the boot order and reverts to booting straight into Win8.  Guess
> what,
> as soon as I turned off secure boot it did exactly that. Turnng secure boot
> back on made no difference.
> Thankfully, the mailing list archives for this list still contain the
> instructions on how to fix it.
> For those interested, it involved pressing F9 at boot time to select the
> boot
> menu and selecting the Centos option. This then went through GRUB as normal
> and booted.  I then used 'eftbootmgr -o' to define the correct boot
> sequence.
> The upshot is that I now have a laptop that boots correctly, and that
> successfully uses the built in Broadcom WiFi adaptor.
> Thanks everyone for your help

​Glad to hear things are now working for you.

Just wanted to add a note that you can use ELRepo's drivers with SecureBoot
enabled if you so wish. ​
​Here's how: