I have a lenovo ThinkPad running Fedora 14, and am unable to enable wireless. Fn+F5 doesn't switch on the LED indicator light, and adding a network via System->Network Connections->Wireless doesn't do anything (not that I expect it to with the wireless adapter evidently off).
I saw the following question: Fedora 14 wifi card wont enable
but it seems like I may have a different problem because lspci shows the following:
lspci | grep Realtek 03:00.0 Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8191SEvB Wireless LAN Controller (rev 10)
How can I troubleshoot this problem? It seems like it ought to be straightforward to enable wireless network access on a thinkpad running Fedora.