I recently installed Debian Lenny 5.0.3 on a macbook (black, model 4,1). The system seems to work.
However, I found out that my ethernet port is not working (I have only used wireless so far), and getting my computer repaired for 6 months is currently not an option.... so I need to get my WiFi up and running!
I found a guide on how to do that here, but this assumes that I have acces to either synaptic (no internet) or make/automake, but (root)terminal says:
batman@debian:~$ make foo bash: make: command not found batman@debian:~$ automake bar bash: automake: command not found batman@debian:~$
So, long story short, I need to:
- get make or automake using the internet on another computer, and then transfer with a usb stick or
- get packages with apt-get / synaptic the same way.
My wireless card is a Broadcom Corporation BCM4328 802.11a/b/g/n (rev 03), by the way.
Any ideas will be much appreciated!