I've installed Fedora 20 on a new Lenovo Yoga 2 13" and I'm having some difficulty getting the Wifi to enabled.
I've read around the subject a bit and some people appear to have been having problems with 'rfkill' setting soft or hard block to 'yes'.
indicated that the latest Fedora kernels should have eliminated this issue. So I managed to download the latest kernel and install the package on the machine (without an internet connection). I also installed rfkill at this point. So I was only able to run rfkill after updating the kernel.
'rfkill list' showed that I was soft blocked on wifi. So I ran 'rfkill unblock wifi' and it now shows as 'no' for all blocks with 'rfkill list'.
I have noticed that I can enable or disable the softblock by pressing the airplane mode key on the keyboard as well.
Unfortunately none of this has actually enabled my Wifi.
I found this thread which explains how to diagnose and compile a kernel module to fix this problem
And running the command given:
Tells me that "Radio status:" and "Wifi status:" are "off(0)" even when all rfkill blocks are unblocked.
I tried compiling the source provided for a kernel module on the target machine unfortunately I get "Exec format error" when trying to load it with 'modprobe'. I guess its makefile is compiling it for the wrong architecture - I'm on 64 bit.
Any help and suggestions would be greatly appreciated...