How to setup wifi on fedora 25 KDE spin? I’m not sure what this a bug. I am on a Lenovo G laptop, I am running Fedora 25, and lspci returns, among other things, Comment 17 Stephen Phillips This site requires JavaScript to be enabled to function correctly, please enable it. Email Required, but never shown.

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Comment 18 Fedora Update System Avoid asking questions within answers. Comment 1 John W. Broadcom Limited Device [14e4: I went through all the same steps to no avail but saw someone mention turning off UEFI in an Ubuntu forum.

Problem solved by recomendations on http: I hope this help. Amjad Matar 26 2.

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Email Required, but never shown. Attachments Terms of Use Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc. My wifi-adapter doesn’t work with free and open-source modules, only with wl. I am on a Lenovo G laptop, I am running Fedora 25, and lspci returns, among other things.


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Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: I was experiencing same issue as yours and above method solved my problem. HenrikH if you wanna thank fedor you could upvote my answer: Whisky Tango Foxtrot, over.

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It has been promoted from staging to main recently so there is no any non-technical reasons to disable it. Comment 17 Stephen Phillips fedoa Update kernel with bcm wifi adapter Actual results: This could be a problem then.

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I am on a Lenovo G laptop, I am running Fedora 25, and lspci returns, among other things, Upgrade from F25 to F26 fails on boot, reboots normally. Comment 7 Fedora Update System Powered by Askbot version 0.


After following the instructions given here in a previous answer as well as the instructions from this blog postthe situation is still the same. I’ve run lspci -k and see: Thanks for the answer. Due to the fact I didn’t already have the kernel-devel package installed and it is not a required dependency I had to include the following two steps BEFORE running the modprobe command: