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Old 12-19-2010, 10:12 PM   #1
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LXer: Solved! Wifi Works On the Toshiba Satellite L675 Under 64-Bit Fedora 14 Part 1


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In a recent article, I discussed the fact that I recently purchased a Toshiba Satellite L675 laptop. I absolutely love the machine, but I did have two problems with it under Fedora 14 64-Bit Edition: * (1). I could not get the wifi to work at all. * (2). I could not get Google Voice to work correctly from within the Chrome web browser. Today, I would like to announce that I have solved problem number 1, and the solution works perfectly. In fact, I am connected to the Internet right now using my new wifi connection. In this article, I will detail the exact steps that I took to solve this problem.

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