[CentOS] Broadcom BCM4352 on Centos 7

Thu Dec 14 15:06:27 UTC 2017
Akemi Yagi <amyagi at gmail.com>

On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 6:59 AM, Akemi Yagi <amyagi at gmail.com> wrote:

> 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:
>> http://elrepo.org/tiki/SecureBootKey
> ​Akemi​
> ​Another [important] note if you are running CentOS 7.4. There is an issue
with the current version of shim in CentOS 7.4. The details can be found


Follow the workaround in that bug report. Hope the problem gets fixed soon
by CentOS devs.