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Oracle Linux 7.6 showing "No Wi-Fi" device found.
Can you please help with this one. How to get this working.
Being a primarily "server" os, OL doesn't support many wifi devices, especially if you're running the UEK kernel. You may try to switch to the Redhat-compatible kernel and see if it detects your card...
In addition to Alex's reply, does your OL system even HAVE a wifi card? Is this OL system a physical computer or a virtual machine? If a VM, the host system having a wifi interface does not necessarily mean the VM will.
Thanks for your response Alex. Yes the RHEL/Ubuntu does detect the card.
Thanks for your response Steven,
We are having a powerful Laptop. It has a WiFi card and is being detected when we try Ubuntu and RHEL on that.
So the UEK just doesn't have a driver included for this card - Oracle as a general rule avoids bundling unnecessary consumer-grade drivers in UEK.
Could you please help with the name of the driver...
Dell Precision 7740, core i9 vPro
On our desktop, we can see the wifi interface and the wifi works during Oracle Linux 8.3 installation, but after installation and boot into it, the wifi interface does not have IP set up for it. How to fix it?
Try boot with RedHat comaptible kernel.
Oracel Linux install with 2 type of kernel: Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) for Oracle Linux and the Red Hat Compatible Kernel (RHCK)
You can select kernel at boot time.