I have installed the Fedora 30 fresh on my desktop, and unfortunately, there is no way for me to use the LAN, so wifi dongle is the only option. I have 3 of them, Netgear Wndr3100v2, EDUP EP-N1571 and Edimax ac1750.
EDUP is recognized by the Fedora during the install, and I can use it without any issue, but it is the slowest one, so I’m trying to use the other two.
Netgear uses the broadcom bcm4323 chip, which by my search, seems not really Linux friendly, so I just focused on the Edimax one.
Edimax didn’t provide a driver for kernel higher than 4.4, but they do provide a solution for the same chipset, rtl8814au. Here is the link: https://edimax.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/14000074625-how-to-install-ew-7833uac-in-linux-running-kernel-higher-than-v4-4.
UNFORTUNATELY, I got stuck at step 8, " dkms build -m rtl8814au -v 4.3.21". I got an error 127 for the make.
But I have no problem if I tried to do the same for the 8812au chipset, almost the same steps from another instruction link.
I did search the old askbot.fedoraproject.org for the 8814au chip, but seems can’t find a good answer.
Anyone have experience with the rtl8814au chipset on the F30, or even F29/28…?