Wireless in Fedora - Newbie

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Wireless in Fedora - Newbie

Postby aliboy » Mon Apr 04, 2011 6:58 am

Finally, the Fedora operating system installed on my laptop .

But there is a problem that I do not know how to connect to the Internet in Fedora .

(with the Ubuntu operating system works very well and I'll connect with wireless)

What wireless driver for Fedora packages must be installed.

What is the name of packages to install manually ? (on DVD
) :oops:

I am using Fedora 14 .



thanks.

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Re: Wireless in Fedora - Newbie

Postby bigfoot65 » Mon Apr 04, 2011 1:25 pm

This is a Fedora specific driver and nothing to do with Amahi. Recommend you search the Fedora website and forums.
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Re: Wireless in Fedora - Newbie

Postby aliboy » Thu Apr 07, 2011 3:09 am

What an interesting answer.

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Re: Wireless in Fedora - Newbie

Postby moredruid » Thu Apr 07, 2011 4:39 am

What an interesting answer.
and perfectly valid.
Amahi is mostly userspace programs and as such only uses fedora as it's base. This is a real Fedora issue, and on the Fedora IRC your problem might be responded to within a few minutes.

Windows analogy: you wouldn't ask Adobe how to install your Windows wifi driver either...

That said: are you trying to use the Wifi network card as your primary network connection?
Because the Wiki states that that's not recommended.
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Re: Wireless in Fedora - Newbie

Postby aliboy » Thu Apr 07, 2011 5:24 am


and perfectly valid.
Amahi is mostly userspace programs and as such only uses fedora as it's base. This is a real Fedora issue, and on the Fedora IRC your problem might be responded to within a few minutes.

Windows analogy: you wouldn't ask Adobe how to install your Windows wifi driver either...

That said: are you trying to use the Wifi network card as your primary network connection?
Because the Wiki states that that's not recommended.

Thank you for your answer

Have a good time

I'm still trying to install wireless.

Thanks!

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