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2013-10-27 19:47:14 -0500 answered a question wireless drivers ("hardware disabled")

Please type in: lspci | grep wireless

2013-10-25 23:42:24 -0500 answered a question Fedora 19 doesn't detect wireless card on lenovo yoga 13

First try: lspci | grep -i wireless

2013-10-24 19:57:16 -0500 answered a question F19 Wifi continously asking for the key

I am unsure if this would be helpful or not but, I also had a problem similar to this in a different distribution. The problem I had was that when the distribution would update it would get kicked off the wireless network thus always prompting me for the wireless password. When I restarted the distribution it would register a complete update and wireless worked again. See if restarting it helps at all for you.

2013-10-23 00:18:20 -0500 answered a question Unable to connect android with fedora hotspot

I can give it a shot if you haven't figured it out yet.

What devices are able to connect to your hot spot?
What version of Fedora are you running?
What version of android are you running? What wireless card is your machine running? (could use lspci | grep -i wireless to find it out)

2013-10-21 20:14:19 -0500 answered a question Webcam support

IF you look for the driver support list on the Linux drivers . org site under the usb web-cams section it will tell you if your web cam see supported or not. I didn't see the Conexant Wondereye on there but, I could be wrong. Hoped this helped.

2013-10-21 20:03:46 -0500 answered a question Installing Itunes on Fedora 19 (64bit)

From what I know from the wine DB most of the iTunes 64 bit system programs do not work well and would cause more problems than needed however, you could try the 32 bit version of the iTunes version 10.2. There are some alternatives listed already like using Rhythmbox or hosting a virtual machine but you said you didn't want to do that so I go for a comparable program. Some good ones would be Amarok,Clementine, Rhythmbox , GTKPod(more of a interface to add programs and music files) hoped this helped also, some list say songbird however, songbird hasn't been used on linux for some time as far as I know of.