A help to install a wifi key?

I’m new to the Forum so be patient while I get used to it.

It’s not so much time I use Fedora, so I would need help to install drivers and software for a 2.4 & 5ghz wifi antenna …You would really do me a huge favor I hope to find here who has the patience to help me!!!

Moved thread to the Desktop category.

What dongle is it? In the ideal situation where the drivers are in the kernel, this would be plug-and-play, but they often aren’t.

First step is to know what chipset is? Connect your hardware open a terminal And execute the Command in terminal

lsusb

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Regards

ID 148f:7601 Ralink Technology, Corp. MT7601U Wireless Adapter

Driver I have the CD but I would need a hand

The first thing to do would be to install the wireless adapter and see if it is recognized. If it is already installed, as I think you indicate with results from lsusb, you could just type iwconfig in a terminal and if it is recognized as a wireless adapter it will likely show up as eth1. If it isn’t, get back with the results of that command, maybe copy/paste the output into your response.
[Edit]: according to Linuxwireless (https://wireless.wiki.kernel.org/en/users/drivers) the chipset is supported for 802.11b/n/g on the USB bus. So, that means you should be able to just start network manager (via Settings>Network in Gnome), and set up your wireless as normal.

No, it is not installed, tomorrow the place will replace me