I installed a full KDE system using Architect and
linux-latest kernel. I didn't know about the bug with NetworkManager being disabled by default, so I did
sudo ip link set wlp3s0 upand I may have set a static IP address too, which did not make the network function. Then I realized
NetworkManager.service wasn't running, so I enabled and started it and everything worked. But now I realize that after a few minutes or a few hours, WiFi disconnects and I have to reboot in order for WiFi to work again. I've reinstalled
networkmanager, but that didn't fix it. Is there anything I can delete or reset to fix this problem? If I set a static IP earlier, maybe that is causing problems, and I can delete it somehow?
Also, I use NordVPN from the
nordvpn-bin package in AUR -- maybe this is somehow related?
Thanks for your help
EDIT: The current WiFi connection gets its IP address from DHCP.
EDIT 2: The WiFi applet in the tray says "WiFi connected to MyWifi (limited connectivity)" -- I don't know if this is related, and I don't know why it says this. My connection seems fine when I check with
wavemon, and I have no problem reaching any websites.