(here was a pic of my screen, but it looks I can’t add media to post yet )
It has to be USB stick? All shops are closed here in Bergen now…
4 warnings and an error - couldn’t find or read package
So - my situation is:
I changed booting order to USB first on the Lenovo.
It started from my USB stick.
I choosen proprietary drivers (open source was the same for now)
It loaded. I see that I have no wifi and it has invalid drivers.
Now I am stuck with a new laptop with a USB stick in one of two USB A ports (Live Manjaro) and I can’t install it
I know what you mean, have no idea how to do it.
Now I have foudn a smaller USB stick and they both fit.
How the OS will recognise what USB to read from?
Because I have the same error on and on…
It is. Even when its rainging (aprox. 200 days a year)
No worries about that in Live Media. Install the system, and once is installed and can have permanent changes, then you install the drivers for wifi, or did i miss something and the install does not work without internet connection?
Let me download the latest iso and try without internet …
I did what I always do - dwl the latest ISO with all drivers and install it. Last time (macbook white 2008) I had issues with BT only. I just went to Arch depos and done. Drivers updated, bluetooth works.
Now… Installation is impossible without network connection…
And you clicked Next and did all that and is not installing ? From my test is should work, and deal with the driver later. Also, from a fellow team member, plugging your iPhone into Manjaro box with enabled tethering on the phone makes it come up as a USB network interface.
I am calm. Just was in the mist. And I do not understand why I need network connection to install OS.
Anyway - I got help.
And I did not check if it is running Manjaro, because I already installed it on 3 other computers. Without a glitch.
Only this bugger is a troublesome bastard.
Hello - my laptop is not flex and has Network card:
Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/ax = Wi-Fi 6), Bluetooth 5
What is interesting - my bluetooth is enabled, but sees no devices. I can see my Lenovo, but ca|t connect.
Neither wifi nor bluetooth.
Since this module is for both radios, I will assume both are not working.
I tried this:
dwl AX200 driver from intel(dot)com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005511/network-and-io/wireless.html,
extracted iwlwifi-cc-a0-46.ucode into /lib/firmware,
executed sudo modprobe -r iwlwifi and `sudo modprobe iwlwifi
Now I am writing from my beloved Manjaro connected to wifi.
Thank you alll and especially @bogdancovaciu for help!
I started to use Manjaro XFCE aprox. 4 years ago, because I wanted an Arch distro.
Aside of great distro I met great community of users and power users who can and want to help noobies like me!
Thank you Peace and love!!!