Description of problem:
Fn+F2 doesn't any longer work on Asus EeePC 1000H since using the Linux kernel
kernel-PAE-220.127.116.11-43.fc11.i686. This was completely working before using the
kernel-PAE-18.104.22.168-217.2.16.fc11.i686 package. Please get this working again.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Everytime, disable WLAN in BIOS and try to use Fn+F2 in GNOME to enable and
disable. Doesn't work with the newer kernel, works with the older one. And it
is completely reproducible using the Asus EeePC 1000H.
Fn+F2 doesn't any longer work on Asus EeePC 1000H
Enabling/disabling WLAN using Fn+F2 as in the past...
Fn+F2 is usually the keyboard shortcut to enable and disable WLAN.
I am also experiencing this regression.
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Still broken with Fedora 11, but works with Fedora 12.