GNU/Linux Fedora 34 Installing Broadcom WiFi Driver Offline
Hi! The Tutorial shows you Step-by-Step How to Download and Install Broadcom Wireless Driver without Internet Access in Fedora 34 64-bit GNU/Linux Desktops.
First, to Install Broadcom Wl Driver in Fedora 34 you simply need any Online Computer with a Browser and a USB Stick to Copy the downloaded Packages.
But if you dispose of an Android Mobile Phone with Internet Acces, then an Easier Solution should be of using it! See: Internet Connection USB Tethering Guide.
Especially relevant, the Fedora 34 kmod-wl Driver Supports the following Broadcom Wireless Chipsets:
But for BCM4306, BCM4309, and BCM4318 see instead: B43 Wireless Driver.
Last, for Mac 2018/2020 T2 Chip Support you should see instead: Brcmfmac Driver Apple Firmware Setup Guide!