So I'm a macuser that got sick of the OS and wants to explore Manjaro.
At first, I tried Manjaro live in VirtualBox at my office's mac mini with ethernet - everything was great and I decided to put it on my main home laptop.
Because of my work software and stuff on macOS, I decided to split my Macbook Air's 128GB SSD on halves. I did the split in macOS, then booted on live-usb made in Ether.app. (Note: I dont have the ethernet cable on mbA, just wifi).
Manjaro live didn't have wifi working, but i decided to install it on the second half of SSD anyway and solve it later. Install went supersmoothly (just when it asked me for the partitions, it also told me that I need EFI partition, so i made 128mb /boot/efi with esp flag - and the rest of the 60GB I set as Root and it installed it and works fine although i just followed instructions and dont really know if 128is ok but thats not the point).
But the Full Manjaro installation still don't have wifi drivers on my Air.
It's manjaro-gnome-17.1.10-stable-x86_64, and when I reboot to macOS parition and check the info, its Broadcom BCM43xx 1.0 wifi. (Note that I also tried install debian before and during the installation, it offered me a list of drivers and i tried all related Broadcom one's and none of them let me continue).
So, what can i do to get wifi working guys? Reminding I dont have ethernet but i can freely download stuff from macos parition and copy that to manajro.
Second less important question: Is there something I can do to not press Option key everytime when i start the mac > then clicking EFI boot, then enter? (So it priorities manajro boot before macos one)?
Thanks a lot