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Broadcom bcm43xxx
The easy way is to install 'firmware-b43-installer' or/and if you do not know, 'firmware-b43legacy-installer'. Next,  kernel  module will be loaded for you, but if it is not  you run this in a terminal:
dpkg-reconfigure firmware-b43-installer "or/and"
dpkg-reconfigure firmware-b43legacy-installer
It will download right firmware for you, it will be a  good idea to install gnome-network-manager, too.
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