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@ tech4him - Have a nice day!

Generally, if the hardware complies with the standard, Fedora will automatically enable the device, so you do not need to install the driver.

However, if it is not installed automatically, it may be necessary to install the driver for hardware manufacturer or related device support and use.

To solve this problem, many people involved in various ways such as manufacturer or github have been able to create and use the driver.

Not all operating systems or hardware products can support a complete driver, so if you adhere to the standard in general, there will be no major problems in use and installation. But sometimes it does not work well.

@ tech4him - Have a nice day!

Generally, if the hardware complies with the standard, Fedora will automatically enable the device, so you do not need to install the driver.

However, if it is not installed automatically, it may be necessary to install the driver for hardware manufacturer or related device support and use.

Please refer to related materials.
https://github.com/andreformento/rtl8812au

To solve this problem, many people involved in various ways such as manufacturer or github have been able to create and use the driver.

Not all operating systems or hardware products can support a complete driver, so if you adhere to the standard in general, there will be no major problems in use and installation. But sometimes it does not work well.