I just moved in from endeavour os because I was having this issue… running journalctl -f would show me a bunch of lines about my wlan0, handshakes, new dhcps, and then connectivity would be lost with the message “ctrl-event-beacon-loss”.
For some reason I didnt have that issue while running it live but still I decided to move on to fedora. It was all good with zero issues until I updated the system and then everything started happened again. I am inclined to believe this is caused by a kernel update.
I am sorry I cant give more details as I just reinstalled the system which is now normal again. Sadly I cant reproduce that behavior or give any deeper technical details unless I update my system again…
Regarding my question, this tutorial I found is teaching me how to exclude kernel updates from a configuration file called dnf.conf. It is giving this example:
exclude=kernel-5.2.17-200.fc30, kernel-core-5.2.17-200.fc30, kernel-devel-5.2.17-200.fc30, kernel-modules-5.2.17-200.fc30, kernel-modules-extra-5.2.17-200.fc30
Im a bit of a novice so I am not sure what this is all about. Should I list my kernel? All available kernels? Other… files? So could someone kindly teach me how to find out exactly what I should do? Perhaps redirect me to some resource?