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So they’re installed, but not found in the correct directories? I went through all the same steps to no avail but saw someone mention turning off UEFI in an Ubuntu forum. In the past, installing kmod-wl or akmod-wl was usually enough to get everything up and running after blacklisting b43 and b43 legacy and long time ago. After installing bfwcutter, download version 5. Comment 11 Muayyad Alsadi I thought yum had upgraded the kernel a couple of times up to the 2.
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You need make all form this topic: The initial instructions are fine for Intel 64 bit machines but should note that Intel 32 bit machines require the kernel- PAE -devel package.
If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report. Comment 21 Fdora Lemenkov Check out the FAQ!
Run, akmods –force depmod -a modprobe wl either as root or with sudo. Please start posting anonymously – your entry will be published after you log in or create a new cedora.
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After following the instructions given here in a previous answer as well as the instructions from this blog postthe situation is still the same.
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For anyone who has problems with the current answer, you can try removing broadcom-wl first by: I have exactly the same issue, I installed kernel-devel sudo dnf install kernel-devel Sign up using Email and Password.
When I installed using dnf did the modules end up in the wrong place? Now you should be able to go to the status menu I’m assuming you’re using the default workstation edition of Fedora with GNOMEif you’re wondering what a status menu is see the diagram with the red numbers in it shown hereenter in your WiFi credentials and you should be able to connect to the WiFi without a drama.
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Lenovo Thinkpad Twist su uname -r 4. After kernel updates my wifi-adapter stops working. We’re digging deeper into this and how Linux actually works that I’ve ever gone before.
Comment 16 Josh Boyer Can anybody help me? So they’re installed, but not found in the correct directories? Wifi device not found on Fedora