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I'm making some assumptions here, and they might not be correct, but If you have UEFI-native mode (BIOS, but not BIOS) then you will want to check if Secure Boot is enabled. Additionally, consider enabling BIOS compatibility mode (CSM) which by default disables Secure Boot.

https://github.com/neurobin/MT7630E

Quote (github) link above:

Secure Boot

Not being signed, this driver is not expected to work on secure boot.

Important UEFI reading material:

Fedora Project - UEFI

Wikipedia - UEFI

I'm making some assumptions here, and they might not be correct, but If you have UEFI-native mode (BIOS, but not BIOS) then you will want to check if Secure Boot is enabled. Additionally, consider enabling BIOS compatibility mode (CSM) which by default disables Secure Boot.Boot. After you've sorted this matter out, follow the installation section, but your family is RedHat using dnf.

build-essentials (dnf):

sudo dnf install make automake gcc gcc-c++ kernel-devel

This will install more than you need, but here:

sudo dnf groupinstall "Development Tools and Libraries"

https://github.com/neurobin/MT7630E

Quote (github) link above:

Secure Boot

Not being signed, this driver is not expected to work on secure boot.

Important UEFI reading material:

Fedora Project - UEFI

Wikipedia - UEFI

I'm making some assumptions here, and they might not be correct, but If you have UEFI-native mode (BIOS, but not BIOS) then you will want to check if Secure Boot is enabled. Additionally, consider enabling BIOS compatibility mode (CSM) which by default disables Secure Boot. After you've sorted this matter out, follow the installation section, but your family is RedHat using dnf.

build-essentials (dnf):

sudo dnf install make automake gcc gcc-c++ kernel-develkernel-devel kernel-headers

This will install more than you need, but here:

sudo dnf groupinstall "Development Tools and Libraries"

https://github.com/neurobin/MT7630E

Quote (github) link above:

Secure Boot

Not being signed, this driver is not expected to work on secure boot.

Important UEFI reading material:

Fedora Project - UEFI

Wikipedia - UEFI

I'm making some assumptions here, and they might not be correct, but If you have UEFI-native mode (BIOS, but not BIOS) then you will want to check if Secure Boot is enabled. Additionally, consider enabling BIOS compatibility mode (CSM) which by default disables Secure Boot. After you've sorted this matter out, follow the installation section, but your family is RedHat using dnf.dnf package manager.

build-essentials (dnf):

sudo dnf install make automake gcc gcc-c++ kernel-devel kernel-headers

This will install more than you need, but here:

sudo dnf groupinstall "Development Tools and Libraries"

https://github.com/neurobin/MT7630E

Quote (github) link above:

Secure Boot

Not being signed, this driver is not expected to work on secure boot.

Important UEFI reading material:

Fedora Project - UEFI

Wikipedia - UEFI

I'm making some assumptions here, and they might not be correct, but If you have UEFI-native mode (BIOS, but not BIOS) then you will want to check if Secure Boot is enabled. Additionally, consider enabling BIOS compatibility mode (CSM) which by default disables Secure Boot. After you've sorted this matter out, follow the installation section, but your family is RedHat using the dnf package manager.

build-essentials (dnf):

sudo dnf install make automake gcc gcc-c++ kernel-devel kernel-headers

This will install more than you need, but here:

sudo dnf groupinstall "Development Tools and Libraries"

https://github.com/neurobin/MT7630E

Quote (github) link above:

Secure Boot

Not being signed, this driver is not expected to work on secure boot.

Important UEFI reading material:

Fedora Project - UEFI

Wikipedia - UEFI

I'm making some assumptions here, and they might not be correct, but If you have UEFI-native mode (BIOS, but not BIOS) then you will want to check if Secure Boot is enabled. Additionally, consider enabling BIOS compatibility mode (CSM) which by default disables Secure Boot. After you've sorted this matter out, follow the installation section, but your family is RedHat using the dnf package manager.

build-essentials (dnf):

sudo dnf install make automake gcc gcc-c++ kernel-devel kernel-headers

This will install more than you need, but here:

sudo dnf grouplist"

sudo dnf groupinstall "Development "C Development Tools and Libraries"Libraries" "Development Tools"

https://github.com/neurobin/MT7630E

Quote (github) link above:

Secure Boot

Not being signed, this driver is not expected to work on secure boot.

Important UEFI reading material:

Fedora Project - UEFI

Wikipedia - UEFI

I'm making some assumptions here, and they might not be correct, but If you have UEFI-native mode (BIOS, but not BIOS) then you will want to check if Secure Boot is enabled. Additionally, consider enabling BIOS compatibility mode (CSM) which by default disables Secure Boot. After you've sorted this matter out, follow the installation section, but your family is RedHat using the dnf package manager.

build-essentials (dnf):

sudo dnf install make automake gcc gcc-c++ kernel-devel kernel-headers

This will install more than you need, but here:

sudo dnf grouplist"grouplist

sudo dnf groupinstall "C Development Tools and Libraries" "Development Tools"

https://github.com/neurobin/MT7630E

Quote (github) link above:

Secure Boot

Not being signed, this driver is not expected to work on secure boot.

Important UEFI reading material:

Fedora Project - UEFI

Wikipedia - UEFI