I turn the laptop on, and after sometime wi-fi stops working and i have to restart the laptop to use it. It already happened during a work meeting, therefore i cannot use it to work.
When wifi stops working and i go to the Settings → wi-fi , there is a message: No Wi-fi Adapter found.
Thanks everybody, this is my first week using fedora
Do you not have a internal network adapter (RJ45) where you could connect to the network with a cable?
It is faster and generally more stable. Just as workaround till you have the problem solved with the WiFi adapter.
Did you buy it with Fedora preinstalled? If not with what did you use it? Did you have same problems ?
I actually had the same problems with Ubuntu, but i also had problems with my mic on Ubuntu, and i had to change to Fedora to make it work ( after days lost trying to make google hangouts work with my mic ).
Please execute the following command in a terminal and post the output here: inxi -Fzx
bash: inxi: command not found…
Install package ‘inxi’ to provide command ‘inxi’? [N/y]
I have just added your line.
When i opened to add the line the file was empty.
The last time that the problem happened was when I spent a lot of time only reading PDFs and not using the internet. I just remembered that. I will do the same this weekend to see it the problem repeats.