I have a Clevo M760T laptop.
It used to run Ubuntu 10.10. I recently reformatted it to Fedora 14 and now the WiFi card does not work.
Here's the weird thing: The WiFi card has a light on the laptop's front panel that says if it's "enabled" (can be seen by the O/S, in Ubuntu I would have no
wlan0 interface until I enabled it this way, and it wouldn't show on
lspci as far as I remember).
The WiFi is enabled using the Fn+F11 combo. I know the F11 key works, as I can use the full screen in Firefox with it, and I know the Fn keys, as I can use the Fn+F5/F6 combo to alter the volume, etc. No matter what I try, I can't seem to be able to get that light on, or the card to appear in Fedora.
This may be unrelated to Fedora; maybe the card has broken, but it seems odd that that would happen right when I installed Fedora.
Annoyingly, I don't know what make / model of WiFi card it was so I don't know if it's related to kernel modules or something similar (and nothing showing for it in
lspci). Just that it worked (including actually using it to go on the internet) in Ubuntu 10.10, and does not now in Fedora 14.
Does anyone have any ideas of where to begin debugging this?