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 am new in open source OS. I am looking arround for the os for my Asus K52F . Now is fedora 19 stable for this laptop? Are there any users here with this laptop that are running fedora 19 without any problems? Hope someone cab help me out .
best regards niek
I am using LENOVO B490(Model No 20205) with the OS fedora 18 and 19 but i am unable to find the wireless lan driver.
Request you to kindly help me so that i can use fedora in my laptop.
Driver required for the device "Broadcom Corporation BCM43142 802.11b/g/n (rev 01)"
*Thanks & Regards,*
To Whom This May Concern:
I'm using a new Asus S551LB Laptop. The system comes with installed
Microsoft Windows 8 System. Installed Fedora-19-X86_64-DVD on sda 1TB
built in hard drive. After successfully installing Fedora 19, the
system is unable to recognize the hard drive and boot into GRUB.
Restored MS Windows 8 with Clonezilla and MS windows management
re-appeared in BIOS in order for system to boot up into Windows 8
system. My issue is how to setup BIOS with UEFI and Secure booting
capability in order to use GRUB and Dual boot Fedora and Windows 8.