Yesterday - Augsuts 12th Dutch time in the evening - I performed a Yummy update
on my F15 netbook - a Dell Inspiron Mini on which F15 had been working flawlessly. After the update I shut-down. This morning when I turn the machine on, it is stuck with Airplane Mode on.
In the Network Settings I click it off, but WiFi can't come on after that. And as soon as I click the screen away, it comes back on.
I've searched and all information points to commands such as
rfkill unblock all
When I enter the first one I get
bash: rfkill: command not found...
I am on holiday and not in a place where I can get a network cable to connect to the internet the hard way. There is nothing I can install atm, because I can't connect to the WiFi.
Having said that, I need a solution. It worked fine before the updates.
Oh, for the record, lspci | grep wireless returns nothing.
Greetz (and thanks for all the help!)
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