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If you go into system settings, software and updates, additional drivers should show the broadcom sta driver(aka bcmwl-kernel-source). This driver should work for your wifi
You should not need JACK, audio interfaces supporting the USB audio standard (all versions) should work without you having to do anything. In fact, installing JACK may very well be the source of your problems. Usually it is the other way round: USB audio devices work on Linux out of the box while drivers are needed for Windows. The most frequent problem is ...
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