Hi manjaro forum members. I've toyed around with manjaro on an old fujitsu convertible laptop and was very happy with its performance, ease of installation, and functionality out of the box!
Needless to say, when I plugged the same USB flash drive used to install manjaro on my Fujitsu into the 2008 Black MacBook A1181 and found that it live booted, had wifi, sound, video... even the functions on the function keys worked (vol up/down, brightness up/down...) ! Again, the live boot is fully functional!
Using the install option from the live environment, I installed manjaro onto a brand new 240GB SSD in the MacBook. Installed with option for a swap partition including hibernate.
Upon boot, the wifi no longer works. Seems to be the only issue. I have it connected via ethernet now to write this post (still so happy with the performance of this old machine running manjaro!)
I would love help to get the wifi working, because clearly it's possible via live boot from USB. I can also boot back into Mac OS X from the original hard drive now mounted in a USB external hard drive enclosure.
Thanks, and kind regards