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Old 29th August 2008, 04:52 PM
abovenbeyond Offline
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Wireless connects and drops secure networks (broadcom)

Hello all,
I am frustrated... I have installed Fedora9 on my Dell Latitude 620. It has a Broadcom wireless card.
When I am connected to a unsecured wireless network all seems fine. But when I connect to my home secured wireless it will connect and even work for a bit, then disconnect, then reconnect and disconnect.

This is driving me nuts, when I used Ubuntu 7x & 8.04 it worked fine. I dunno if it is because of the driver that Ubuntu was installing or what but I really would like to use Fedora.

Anyone have a clue of what it could be?
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