I have problem with [wireless lan] on Fedora. I have dualboot, MS Vista and Fedora 7. I have no problems at all using wireless connections with Vista, but with Fedora it just won't work.
Wireless hardware is detected, also network manager is installed and running fine. It's sitting in the tray of Fedora and shows w-lans, but I can't connect to none of them. I can with Vista, but not with Fedora. The w-lans are unprotected, no logins or other special configurations needed. But it just won't work with Fedora 7.
I can't find any docs on this topic which is really strange. I can't believe I am the only one struggling with wireless lan on Fedora. All docs/faqs/howtos I found so far just describe how to install drivers and network manager. But as I said, hardware is running/detected properly, and network manager is running and displays the list of available w-lans. But I just can't establish a connection... can anybody help please?
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