Fedora Linux Wireless card problem!

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Not long time ago I installed linux's Fedora os on my netbook Samsung n150, everything was okay but the wireless card, i found drivers for my "atheros" wireless card and installed them successfully on my np150 but it says that it's disabled by the administrator, I am the administrator and I've never disabled it, so I don't really know anything about how to make it "enabled" so i can use it. 

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Fedora Linux Wireless card problem!


Option 1

To be able you to "enable" the installed linux's Fedora on your netbook Samsung n150.  Try these following steps: First, find the "Network" icon of your Fedora desktop. It's icon was a picture of two computer whereas the one was display on the top of the another computer. Second,  right click the "Network Manager" icon . And lastly, click the "enable wireless".  Try to do these steps  it can fix your problem. 

Option 2

Check  the following:

First, Besure you were connecting to the right network  this is when there is more than one detected by the network manager; Second, There must be enough level of strength when connecting to wi-fi. Third, there must be a right authentication. See it on the network manager menu. And last, all must be correctly entered including the WEP index and Authentication types.

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