Comment 3 Larry Finger Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E Thanks a lot ur the best! Try this and let me know. Use lspci -nn -d: After following the instructions given here in a previous answer as well as the instructions from this blog post , the situation is still the same. Comment 45 Larry Finger
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Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. The main difference I see is that in kernel 4. I still can not get any respond from my wifi card.
I’ve tried them all. I have the same model with broadcom but still cant get the wifi up.
– Broadcom doesn’t work with kernels
I didn’t have to do any of the nonfree repositories like others are saying. It may also work for earlier versions. Entity type for entity Extension 4 was not initialized!
The only minor issue I had was that my install did not have wget installed. I have started a bisection to locate the bad commit. Comment 20 Larry Finger That will also restore your system. Unfortunately, the machine in questi0on is a PowerBook G4, thus fecora will take a while even though there are only 8 builds needed.
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Just saved me a bunch of googling. I am on a Lenovo G laptop, I am running Fedora 25, and lspci returns, among other things. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created b433 an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. I have been switching between linux distros to find the best, finally settled in fedora I appreciate the info. All wireless connections shown.
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Please verify its patha nd try again. Dude thanks a lot.
Is there a config setting that I might use to avoid the building problem while still letting me test for the problem I’m looking for? I googled it out and found different solutions to this particular problem. That looks very promising. Also lspci -v sees the wifi card: It worked previously under Fedora 18, but I did a completely fresh reinstall when I loaded Fedora submitted 1 year ago by Novawitch.
It’s either a custom kernel or one that somehow allows to disable the ssb. Comment 16 Larry Finger