On Wed, 2011-04-27 at 21:15 +0200, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Adam Williamson wrote:
> > In addition to what Matt says, probably the best way to get it working
> > in F15 for now (pragmatically speaking) is to install the proprietary
> > 'wl' driver from a third party repository (the standard one has it
> > packaged as kmod-wl / akmod-wl). That driver supports the chip in
> > question and works, per multiple reports.
> RPM Fusion should really be updating its kmod-staging. The package in RPM
> Fusion for F15 is ancient and won't even install. A current kmod-staging
> would bring Free support for this chipset instead of the proprietary one.
RPM Fusion is people
it needs someone to do it, I guess. I don't know
if there's an active maintainer for that package.
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