Comment 20 John W. For anyone who has problems with the current answer, you can try removing broadcom-wl first by: After kernel updates my wifi-adapter stops working. Whisky Tango Foxtrot, over. I went through all the same steps to no avail but saw someone mention turning off UEFI in an Ubuntu forum.

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Sorry you’ll have to settle for my up-vote.

Is it an issue that the broadcom-wl ends in fc This site requires JavaScript to be enabled to function correctly, please enable it. Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: For anyone who has problems with the current answer, you can try removing broadcom-wl first by: Run, akmods –force depmod -a modprobe wl either as root or with sudo.

I have exactly the same issue, I installed kernel-devel sudo dnf install kernel-devel RPM reported as “Not a valid File”! We’re digging deeper into this and how Linux actually works that I’ve ever gone before. After following the fedoa given here in a previous answer as well as the instructions from this blog postthe situation is still the same.


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This could be a problem then. Comment 19 David Woodhouse If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.

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Broadcom Limited Device [14e4: Sorry guys but it’s all bullshit. If you are using the b43 driver from 3. Comment 1 John W. Upgrade from F25 to F26 fails on boot, reboots normally.

– bcma to block wl, b43 and maybe bcrm43xx in kernel

I don’t think I have that module installed. Please start posting anonymously – your entry will be published after you log in or create a new account. Update kernel with bcm wifi adapter Actual results: HenrikH if you wanna thank me you could upvote my answer: Comment 3 Alexei Panov Device Kernel driver in use: Can anybody help me? Comment 4 Rafael Louback Ferraz I researched a bit and found out that it is because my wireless adapter is a Broadcom adapter.


Dell Device 01f2 Flags: You need make all form this topic: I thought yum had upgraded the kernel a couple of times up to the 2.

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Amjad Matar 26 2. Ever since version 2. Minimize irrelevant chatter about what you tried that failed, and how you found the solution but, if you are copying an answer from somewhere, you must say so and identify the source by name and by link.