Fedora 17 and TP-LINK TL-WN821N
New to fedora after trying many and different linux distros. I've just installed fedora 17 x64.
I need to connect to internet (wifi) with my usb card TP-LINK TL-821N.
Up to now, no results. Nothing. :-(
No way to turn wifi on. On top right corner fedora only shows wired connection which I don't use.
Somewhere I've read that using rfkill may solve the problem but How can I install rfkill without being connected? If I go to add/remove software and search for it, it doesn't show up.
Well, now I am using windows to access this forum. will I be able to use fedora to do the same? :-)
Besides any joke. Please, help me. It is very frustrating not to be able go connect my computer to the internet in November 2012.
Ubuntu, Bodhi, etc. connect directly without almost any user activity. Why is it so difficult in Fedora?