Finally downloaded Manjaro only to find out my WiFi is nonexistent. I have a TP-Link AC1300, Archer T6E WiFi adapter that plugs into the motherboard. (I just made the PC myself) Anyways, I cant use the disk it comes with to install the drivers because I dont think it works on Linux and I've surfed the web for drivers but I cant find any to get my WiFi to work. Currently I'm just using my phone as a hotspot. Any help is appreciated please...
Try to make a good picture of the output of
It looks like it's a Broadcom chip inside.
I don't see the driver in the repos. @Wollie Maybe you'll have better luck?
Broadcom 4352 supposedly.
Oh revision chip 4360
Is this good... btw Im an absolute noob at linux.
Oh ya I tried downloading that but when its unzipped or whatever its just a bunch of files I have no idea what they are.
Yeah, you need to pkgbuild it to work right.
It should be in the repos. Looking now.
Wait, first. Type
mhwd -la See if it's listed there. Probably not but never know. Or take a pic and we'll look.
If not, try this?
sudo pacman -S broadcom-wl-dkms
What am I looking for in the list
It's LA but little letters.
Is it that 8th line?
mhwd -la (LA)
Broadcom chip will be tough to get it running, newest fastest AC cards don’t have great Linux support yet. How you connect to the hotspot?
mhwd -i --pci network-broadcom-wl
Through data on an IPhone
mhwd -i network-broadcom-wl ?
sudo mhwd -i network-broadcom-wl
Eventually I'll get it. Grrr