How to setup Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter (rev 31) in Fedora?

Pls tell me where i found it and install it on my fedora 37 os

I can’t able to connect wifi

You need to provide more information. Which Fedora version are you using? Did the adapter work in another OS or Fedora version?

This adapter should be supported by the linux kernel ath10k_pci module from the linux-firmware package. Try:

sudo dnf install linux-firmware
sudo modprobe -rv ath10k_pci
sudo modprobe -v ath10k_pci

These steps make sure you have the linux-firmware package, remove any existing ath10k_pci module, and the load the module (hopefully with the right firmware).

Sometimes wifi adapters are disabled by power management settings in the BIOS. If you boot multiple OS’s, the wifi card may get a different configuration, requiring a power off before it can be used with linux.

Many users encounter problems with wifi in linux. If the quick fix fails, you should review other forum posts to see examples of troubleshooting. You need to verify that linux can find the adapter, determine the exact version of your adapter (there are often changes to the hardware for the same model), and search for error messages.

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I m using fedora 37

Previously i have used win 10 ,win 7 in both os it works fine

The result of lspci is


The lspci image (image because the system doesn’t have internet access?) tells us that the wifi hardware is detected. There should be error messages that explain why it isn’t working. Try searching for ath10k_pci in dmesg |less and journalctl -b.

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