I already installed Fedora 18 on my notebook and it can't detect wireless network although the wireless network is on.
Please help, is there any way to solve this?
thank you very much
on 02/10/2013 – Made popular on 02/10/2013
My problem is my desktop PC with fedora 17 and kde which I can't detect the wireless network with WPA in home to access internet. I live in a student residence and the only INTERNET available is a network wireless with WPA. I plugged a wireless USB adapter Digitech and fedora didn't have problem to start working automatically with it.
at first i could detect wireless networks, but after the computer rebooted after i activated the wireless card, i no longer can. I can connect to the internet via cable, wired connection but not wireless, help? how do i detect and connect to my wireless network.
I am using 12.10. I go to the network manager applet on the top panel and it cannot detect a wireless network. The computer used to have other Linux distributions and connected to the Internet without any pain. But when I use Ethernet it can successfully detect the connection and works flawlessly.
I've been struggling to connect to my home wireless network, but up until now my Broadcom card has been able to at least detect the network. I know this because in Network manager, in the Add Network Connection dialog box, if I tell it to scan for wireless networks then I see my home network along with all the other local wireless networks.
hello every body
i just installed ubuntu on my new laptop ( acer aspire 5732z) and i think i have a problem with my wireless driver
using windows i can detect wireless from any room in my house with a strong signal
but using ubuntu i need to be too close so my laptop can detect the wireless
I just installed Ubuntu on my laptop yesterday and it connected to the wireless fine. Then I took it to school, put it on their wired connection, downloaded some stuff, and now the wireless doesn't work.
At first it would detect networks, but not connect. I restarted it and now it can connect, but it acts like it doesn't have internet in the browser. Wired connection still works fine on it.