This morning I installed a kernel update (3.5.1-1.fc17 x86_64) and lost my WiFi connection, I use the broadcom-wl (126.96.36.199-2 package) from rpmfusion for my BCM4312 WiFi device.
on 08/11/2012 – Made popular on 08/11/2012
I compiled kernel 3.10.2 for my dell laptop I am sure that I selected true module for my wifi but it does not work even I followed instruction on http://wireless.kernel.org/ but it did not help again .
my wifi model is :
Here's my issue. in order to get sound from my headphone jack i need to update the kernel. wifi works fine out of the box with 12.04.1 but as soon as i update the kernel to anything newer than 3.2 my wifi flakes out. i can see the list of available networks but it wont connect. i am using a 27 inch imac 12,2
oddly enough, i can use a usb dongle with no issues.
sorry for reposting this topic but I think maybe this forum is the more appropriate place....
I recently installed the realtime kernel according to this manual
used the version given there...
Hi!I have been upgrading my laptop (a Fujitsu-Siemens Amilio D 1845) from Crunchbang 9.04 to Crunchbang Statler XFCE. Everything seems fine except for two things. I lost swedish keyboard, but I think I can fix that. But worse, I lost wifiI cant get any wifi connection neither with the built-in wifi, nor with a zyxel wifi dongle. Nothing appears in "Network manager" any longer.
I have a problem with my wifi, where I lost my wifi connection without a reboot. It usually happen in this way:
I try to browse some page but it gets timed out (for unknown reason)
I attempt to reconnect the wifi
wifi disconnects, but cannot reconnect
I have to reboot my laptop to reconnect the wifi on my laptop.
What I would like to do is to reconnect without having to reboot.