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Old 8th June 2010, 11:29 AM
tarunpsoni Offline
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Wireless adaptor RTL8191SE

A few months ago bought a Toshiba L500 Laptop and installed FC11. Every thing was working fine except wireless network. I tried to install wireless drivers for RTL8191SE adaptor, but it did not work. I thought FC11 do not support RTL8191SE adaptor, so i waited for the next version of Fedora.

Recently when FC13 was released i installed upgraded FC11 to FC13, but still wireless is not working. I searched on internet and visited linux forum, but somewhere i saw that RTL8191SE drivers for linux are not available, hence wireless on Toshiba L500 will not work.

Did any one else confronted the same problem? Am i correct the RTL8191SE drivers are not available for linux? Any help me in the matter will be greatly appreciated.


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Old 9th June 2010, 03:05 AM
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Re: Wireless adaptor RTL8191SE

me too,my Wireless is not worked ... Intel 3945ABG, not active
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