Live USB: Can't connect to internet despite establishing connection

Hello everybody,

I have downloaded manjaro-xfce-21.0.2-210419-linux510.iso and have created a live USB. After booting from the Live USB, the system recognizes available WiFi connections. I enter the password and it connects to the WiFi but the internet is actually not there. I tried by tethering with my phone. The connection gets established but again there is no internet. Firefox says no internet. The installer says no internet.

I found these threads this & this and followed the instructions. Created a broadcom.conf;

sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/broadcom.conf

then entered this;

softdep tg3 pre: broadcom

However, this didn’t help either.

I verified with another live USB of antiX linux. It connects fine. No issues.

I would appreciate any help in resolving this issue.

Thank you & Regards

Hi @anilswipe ,
Maybe you have not installed the linux510-broadcom-wl driver, whether the wifi driver is managed by wl or iwilfi.

I think you should try to install without internet connection before, as is suggested by @nikgnomic in on one of the post you mentioned.

Could you post the output for the terminal commands?:
rfkill list all
dmesg | grep broadcom
journalctl -f -t NetworkManager

Please, also read this post before you copy the output.
How to provide good information

Hope this help,

I spent some time trying to resolve but without resolution. So what I did was install the OS to the SD card not as live but by manual partitioning like we do on a hard disk. It is working without any issues.

Thank you @j8a, for your efforts.

Best regards