Sometimes, the browser can present the language you don’t know. And you can’t change it back to your language. It can be frustrating. I have tried changing preference, language etc.. But it doesn’t work for me. I found a very simple way to change the language of the webpage on Google Chrome. It is to add “hl=zh-Han” at the end of the link. According to the situation, you may need to add “&” or “?” before it.
Below are the examples:
sudo rm -f “Untitled Document 1”
1, Click dash, search for “Language Support”, then install “Chinese”.
2, Open Terminal, then execute this command line:
Sudo apt-get install ibus-pinyin
3, Log out and log in again.
4, Go to Text Entry, add “Chinese-Pinyin”.
5, Now, Chinese Input is ready.
1, First, use another computer to download b43 firmware into USB stick driver and drag it on your desktop:
2, click to extra the file. Now it’s folder: broadcom-wl-188.8.131.52.
3, Use terminal to write the command lines to enter the ‘kmod’ folder in the ‘broadcom-wl-184.108.40.206’ folder. The command can be:
It depends on the location of the folders.
sudo b43-fwcutter -w /lib/firmware ~/ wl_apsta.o
if can’t find b43-fwcutter, go to instal CD or USB Live Driver. Under the folder pool/main, you will find b43-fwcutter, click to install it.
Then the files will be extracted and copied to /lib/firmware/b43
sudo modprobe b43
Reboot the computer, and then the wireless will be back.
It works for me 🙂