I installed Fedora(Gnome) 19 on a Dell Inspiron with Intel i3 processor, and a factory built-in Windows 7 home premium OS.
The installation process completed successfully. But now when I log into Fedora I don't have internet. There are no wireless networks available, although another laptop with Windows 8 detects about 10 wireless networks in range.
I tried plugging in an ethernet cable, but nothing would happen and still no internet connection, and Bluetooth too does not have any networks.
I Googled and found a suggestion of installing
bluez-hid2hci, but since I don't have internet, I downloaded the packages on a USB from another computer and came to install them on the laptop.
Fedora couldn't detect USB devices.
I tried mounting the USB but couldn't find it anywhere. Not even in
I ran the command
tail -f /var/log/messages to see life messages and I inserted and removed the USB but no changes.
Here's the output I get:
Why Can't Fedora detect wireless networks and USB drivers?