I have successfully compiled the kernel source and the Realtek driver
for r8187se, which I need to get my Toshiba laptop WIFI working.
After compiling, I did the following as root:
# mkdir /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/staging/rtl8187se
# cp r8187se.ko /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/staging/rtl8187se/
# /sbin/depmod -a
# /sbin/modprobe r8187se
When I run /sbin/modprobe r8187se as root, I get a wifi connection.
If I reboot I have to become root and re-run the command.
What is the correct way to automate this process?
I would expect the driver to be linked in with the kernel code, but I
don't know enough about Linux builds to do it.
I have posted on the forum, but received no replies.
I installed Fedora 19 on two laptops (one 32 bit and the other 64 bit).
In the beginning, after the initial installation of Fedora 19, I could
listen to music videos on Youtube on both of the two laptops without any
problem. But at a certain moment, I could not hear anything any more (in
the video, there is now a little "Andrew cross" on the right side of the
Does anyone of you have an explanation or even a solution for this
problem? Is there an incompatibility with updates installed AFTER the
Thanks so lot. Greetings