I have a hp pavilion laptop with rt3290 wifi chip. Previously when I
used Fedora 17 (with kernel 3.3) I could compile the driver given by
Ralink Corporation (which is an open source driver), and wifi worked
without any problem. However in Fedora 19, (with kernel 3.11), the
driver does not compile any more (it shows an error LINUX error 2). The
RT2800 wifi driver given out of box with fedora 19 is able to detect the
networks but is unable to connect to them. I have tried extensively to
solve the problem, but did not succeed.
Thanks in advance for any help..
I was installing fedora 19 on my pc when I was told to select the iso
I was using a usb flash disc as installation source. It had been bootable
thanks to Fedora live usb creator and i used fedora 19 pakage(4.2 go)
I need help
I have an HP ProBook 4525s and I installed Fedora 19 about 2 weeks ago.
If I enable wireless with the built in controller, the controller comes
up, gets an IP address, then about a second later turns off, then turns
back on and starts over again. Over and Over.
So I thought, since I have a few of them, I would try a USB Netgear
wireless controller, so I tried disabling the internal wireless with the
Airplane mode button to find it also disables the USB wireless
controller. I don't know if that's supposed to happen but it did. So I
turned it on and now both the internal and external wireless controllers
come up, attempt to get an address (from same SSID), power off after a
few seconds, turn back on and start over just like it did with just the
I didn't really notice that behavior when I first installed, but after I
applied some updates it's doing it all the time. Any idea how to fix
I just installed Fedora on my laptop. I am able to connect to the internet in live system user. When I try to install onto my hard drive it goes to a screen with a background on it with the date and time and a flashing upward arrow. I get no response from my touch pad no mater where i place the cursor. What am I doing wrong??
Oops, including the list this time.
On Aug 31, 2013 9:24 PM, "Pete Travis" <lists(a)petetravis.com> wrote:
> On Aug 31, 2013 8:19 PM, "george gardner" <george104us(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> > I just installed Fedora on my laptop. I am able to connect to the
internet in live system user. When I try to install onto my hard drive it
goes to a screen with a background on it with the date and time and a
flashing upward arrow. I get no response from my touch pad no mater where i
place the cursor. What am I doing wrong??
> Just installed AND can not install? You're taking the Schrödinger's Cat
thing too far!
> Anyway, you seem to be describing the GNOME lock screen. Drag up, or
press Enter or maybe Escape.