Step-by-step – Mediatek MT76 Driver Installation in Fedora 33

June 15, 2021 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist.

GNU/Linux Fedora 33 Installing MediaTek MT76 Driver Guide

Hi! The Tutorial shows you Step-by-step How to Install Ralink/MediaTek MT76 Wireless Driver in Fedora 33 GNU/Linux.

And to make use of the Latest MediaTek MT76 Driver on Fedora 33 it’s enough to dispose of an Updated Linux Kernel.

Especially relevant: this Driver is supplied from Linux 4.19 but some important Connection Issues has been fixed only starting from the 5.4.1 Kernel release.

Again some of the Latest MediaTek Chipsets are supported only in a range of New Kernels. So Check the List here below for more insight!

Finally, the M76 STA Linux Driver is supporting all the following Chipsets:

  • MT7603E
  • MT7603EN
  • MT7610E
  • MT7610EN
  • MT7610U
  • MT7610UN
  • MT7612E
  • MT7612EN
  • MT7612U
  • MT7612UN
  • MT7615 (Kernel 5.2+)
  • MT7615E (Kernel 5.2+)
  • MT7615N (Kernel 5.2+)
  • MT7630E
  • MT7632E
  • MT7632U
  • MT7662E
  • MT7662EN
  • MT7662U
  • MT7628A
  • MT7628K
  • MT7628N
  • MT7622 (Kernel 5.7+)
  • MT7663 (Kernel 5.8+)
  • MT7915 (Kernel 5.9+)
  • MT7921 (Kernel 5.12+)
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