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  • It depends on the wireless chipset used in your computer. If it is a broadcom chip, this link will help:

    Answered by mkruger
    3 years ago
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  • For rpmfusion free release: su -c 'rpm -Uvh'

    and For rpmfusion non free release : su -c 'rpm -Uvh'
    Now again type as: sudo yum update
    Now install the driver..... sudo yum install kmod-wl (assuming broadcom 802.11 wi-fi). for more info, please look :

    Answered by rechil_colin
    3 years ago
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  • As your question is posted there is no answer
    we do not have the correct information to even begin to answer .
    1) what version of fedora ? 15,16 or something older ?
    2) how are you connecting ?
    cable ?
    DSL ?
    wi-fi usb dongle?
    wireless to a clabe or fiber ?

    most are built in

    Answered by johnvanvliet
    3 years ago
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  • Hi!

    The first thing you should do is figure out what wireless network card you have. One way (I'm sure there are several ways) to do this is to open up a terminal and type lspci. Some of the lines might contain Network Controller. What network controllers do you have? If it's a Broadcom (BCM43??) card, this guide might help you:

    Answered by aleken
    3 years ago
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