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Old 11-29-2010, 04:23 AM   #1
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Question No wifi in Fedora 14 KDE Spin on Toshiba Sat. L510 Laptop Realtek RTL8192e card

I am trying to install Realtek RTL8192E wireless drivers for Toshiba satellite 510 in Fedora 14 KDE SPIN. I have been searching it for long time. I am not getting any tutorials or any methids to get this sorted. Can anyone help me regards to this driver issue?
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Enable the rpmfusion repo.

Install the packages kmod-staging and possibly staging-kmod-addons.

Load module
su -
modprobe rtl8192e


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