Hey JFL. I’m running just the Beelink GT King… no pro… It’s a couple of years old now… I updated the firmware on it to the most recent (912p0)… box says “up-to-date”…
I then prepared an SD card with Manjaro using the recommended “meson-g12b-gtking.dtb”… everything installs just fine… Once in, I can get to the Network settings and manually create a wireless connection (SSID, login password etc…)… Maybe I’m missing something and my wifi is working but I don’t know how to “activate” the wireless connection I made… Ethernet works fine…
So with the above, I just assume that my wifi board is not active …
I’ve tried Mojo’s command line structure:
sudo pacman -S base-devel git bc dkms linux-vim-headers
git clone https://github.com/chewitt/RTL8822CS.git
sed -i 's/$(MAKE) ARCH=$(ARCH) CROSS_COMPILE=$(CROSS_COMPILE) -C $(KSRC) M=$(shell pwd)/$(MAKE) -j4 -C $(KSRC) M=$(shell pwd)/g' Makefile
sed -i 's/$(CROSS_COMPILE)strip $(MODULE_NAME).ko --strip-unneeded/strip $(MODULE_NAME).ko --strip-unneeded/g' Makefile
- … (wait about 5 min.) …
sudo make install
sudo modprobe 88x2cs
The first line " *
sudo pacman -S base-devel git bc dkms linux-vim-headers" brings up some error (I don’t recall) and doesn’t install… for the heck of it, I continued on until I get to the “make” command… it’s not found… so I assume the first line installs it…
Coming to my initial observation that Mojo released an install file, dkms-rtl8822cs, on Github, I wanted to try it but I feel that the fact that I can’t install the “make” command, this probably would fail as well…
Is there a way to “turn on” the wifi board within the Manjaro OS?
Thanks for your time.