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    Are you in KDE or GNOME ?

    You can always access "system-config-services" from the command line. Just make sure you are root, and then :
    Code:
    system-config-services
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    well,i'm in GNOME...i found services, it was in ''server settings'',and i've already enabled both "NetworkManager" and "NetworkManagerDispatcher"....i'm gonna reboot...

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    i'm back...i still cannot connect...pls,take a look in those pictures i've already upload...also,now i'm wired connected.in hardware both network hardware is ethernet,both status:ok,device:eth1 for the intel and device:eth0 for the realtek (10/100 wired).but when, i try to add a new device (in devices) the exact model of my intel is not listed....

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    You shouldn't have to add a new device manualy.

    Is the ipw3945 module loaded ?
    Code:
    /sbin/lsmod | grep 3945
    Does the wireless device appear ?
    Code:
    /sbin/iwconfig
    Does the wireless networks appear ?
    Code:
    /sbin/iwlist scan
    As I am not a Fedora user/expert, I unfortunatly cannot give you the exact answer.

    Perhaps some Fedora enthusiast will step in.
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    this is what i get..


    Module Size Used by
    e100 40393 0
    autofs4 25413 2
    hidp 24129 2
    rfcomm 46041 0
    l2cap 31681 10 hidp,rfcomm
    bluetooth 58917 5 hidp,rfcomm,l2cap
    sunrpc 158333 1
    ip_conntrack_netbios_ns 7105 0
    ipt_REJECT 9665 1
    xt_state 6337 3
    ip_conntrack 56993 2 ip_conntrack_netbios_ns,xt_state
    nfnetlink 11353 1 ip_conntrack
    iptable_filter 7233 1
    ip_tables 17669 1 iptable_filter
    ip6t_REJECT 9537 1
    xt_tcpudp 7361 12
    ip6table_filter 7105 1
    ip6_tables 18821 1 ip6table_filter
    x_tables 18501 6 ipt_REJECT,xt_state,ip_tables,ip6t_REJECT,xt_tcpud p,ip6_tables
    cpufreq_ondemand 11085 2
    dm_multipath 22601 0
    video 21061 0
    sbs 20225 0
    i2c_ec 9281 1 sbs
    button 10961 0
    battery 14405 0
    asus_acpi 20697 0
    ac 9541 0
    ipv6 267489 22 ip6t_REJECT
    parport_pc 31205 0
    lp 17033 0
    parport 40841 2 parport_pc,lp
    snd_hda_intel 22613 1
    snd_hda_codec 154049 1 snd_hda_intel
    snd_seq_dummy 8133 0
    snd_seq_oss 37185 0
    snd_seq_midi_event 11841 1 snd_seq_oss
    snd_seq 57137 5 snd_seq_dummy,snd_seq_oss,snd_seq_midi_event
    snd_seq_device 12621 3 snd_seq_dummy,snd_seq_oss,snd_seq
    snd_pcm_oss 46561 0
    snd_mixer_oss 20545 1 snd_pcm_oss
    snd_pcm 80325 3 snd_hda_intel,snd_hda_codec,snd_pcm_oss
    snd_timer 27077 2 snd_seq,snd_pcm
    joydev 13697 0
    snd 57029 11 snd_hda_intel,snd_hda_codec,snd_seq_oss,snd_seq,sn d_seq_device,snd_pcm_oss,snd_mixer_oss,snd_pcm,snd _timer
    8139too 31169 0
    soundcore 14113 1 snd
    ipw3945 195112 1
    8139cp 28609 0
    ieee80211 34953 1 ipw3945
    i2c_i801 11853 0
    mii 9665 3 e100,8139too,8139cp
    sdhci 22617 0
    snd_page_alloc 14281 2 snd_hda_intel,snd_pcm
    ieee80211_crypt 10433 1 ieee80211
    i2c_core 25537 2 i2c_ec,i2c_i801
    ide_cd 42337 2
    mmc_core 30401 1 sdhci
    cdrom 38625 1 ide_cd
    serio_raw 11205 0
    pcspkr 7361 0
    dm_snapshot 21357 0
    dm_zero 6337 0
    dm_mirror 32913 0
    dm_mod 61273 13 dm_multipath,dm_snapshot,dm_zero,dm_mirror
    ext3 135369 2
    jbd 63209 1 ext3
    ehci_hcd 35533 0
    ohci_hcd 25181 0
    uhci_hcd 27725 0

    [mitsos@localhost sbin]$ /sbin/iwconfig

    lo no wireless extensions.

    eth0 no wireless extensions.

    sit0 no wireless extensions.

    [mitsos@localhost sbin]$ /sbin/iwlist scan

    lo Interface doesn't support scanning.

    eth0 Interface doesn't support scanning.

    sit0 Interface doesn't support scanning.

    !!!!!!!!!!!!anyone???

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    What about
    Code:
    dmesg | grep 3945
    ?

    Try to start manualy the ipw3945 daemon and see if it helps :
    Code:
    /sbin/ipw3945d
    If all doesn't work, uninstall the ipw3945 package
    Code:
    yum remove dkms-ipw3945
    and try one the numerous tutorial avalaible on the internet (most are for Fedora Core 5, but it should be similar) :
    http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~mdc1/sa...#wireless_prep
    http://www.puzzle.ch/samsung_q35.html

    Some tutorials use packages from ATRPMS :
    http://atrpms.net/dist/fc6/ipw3945/

    Also, if you are using Linux for the first time, Fedora Core is certainly not the easiest distro out there (far from it). Try something else perhaps.
    "To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."

    -Bruce Lee

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