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I have a HP Pavilion dm1 and I cannot get the wireless to work.

I have found may tutorials on how to fix this, but they require changing HAS_ANTENNA_DIVERSITY_SUPPORT to HAS_ANTENNA_DIVERSITY_SUPPORT=y.
I cannot find HAS_ANTENNA_DIVERSITY_SUPPORT in the list that is generated when I enter vi os/linux/

I followed this tutorial making changes to version number as what was in the package was not the same version. It was instead of

I am running the latest version of Ubuntu.

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I believe the version is; that's the latest version at Realtek's site.

#Support Antenna Diversity

This is located at lines 114-115 of os/linux/

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