> I've found on a lot of devices if you just reboot with the
> doesn't always work, a full unplug reset of the power generally makes
> it work again.
the mentioned fix is correct, but it is only half of the work. There is an issue in the
sdhci driver which leads to an unwanted reset of the wifi chip.
Please try this little x-mas present:
Testing in progress, will update once I can test.
Also please feel free to add me to the cc: on any Raspberry Pi related
fixes/changes, with the Fedora kernel being very modular due to
supporting a wide range of HW, and likely deploying newer kernels
pretty quickly I can likely provide pretty quick testing/feedback,
also useful to see things like this early.
Thanks a lot for you're assistance here.