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2017-11-10 09:43:18 -0500 commented answer Wireless Realtek RLT8822BE not working

Thanks a lot!

The main repo at https://github.com/rtlwifi-linux/rtlw... did not compile. I used https://github.com/synthtc/rtlwifi-next which was one commit ahead and compiled.

Now Fedora recognizes the wireless device. I can also list the networks around me. Unfortunately connecting to any wireless network fails.

Edit: Doing lsmod shows

... rtl8822be 73728 0 halmac 135168 1 rtl8822be phydmmod 401408 1 rtl8822be btcoexist 184320 1 rtl8822be rtlpci 32768 1 rtl8822be rtlwifi 118784 5 [5 above]

2017-11-10 09:43:13 -0500 answered a question Wireless Realtek RLT8822BE not working

I just saw the device will be integrated in 4.14. Source: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...

2017-11-10 02:16:57 -0500 asked a question Wireless Realtek RLT8822BE not working

Hello there,

I have a problem with my mobile wireless chip RLT8822BE by Realtek. I assume it is a driver problem. The command lspci revealed the following information:

Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. Device b822

Is there a kernel module I have to enable? Will it be supported in the upcoming Kernel 4.14 and if not how can I contribute?

Thanks in advance

2017-11-10 02:16:53 -0500 asked a question ASUS GL702ZC-GC179T touchpad not working

Hello there,

Yesterday I installed Fedora 26 on my Notebook. I couldn't get the touchpad to work. I displayed my input devices using cat /proc/bus/input/devices. There was nothing. Then I thought maybe there's no driver support so I tried lsusb. There Was just HUBs and Bluetooth and the keyboard. In my despair I tried lspci. Not that I thought I'd find it there, unfortunately I felt right about that.

After Google had nothing to say about what touchpad that notebook uses I booted up Windows. In Microsofts device manager it told me it was an I2C HID device. There was another one named "ASUS Precision Touchpad" on top of that I2C HID device.

So I booted back up into Fedora and I did a quick lsmod. There I found "i2c-hid" Kernel Module to be enabled but no devices using it.

Does anyone know whether that touchpad is in the next Fedora Kernel and if not how can I contribute to achieve that goal?

Thanks in advance