I have a laptop LENOVO Legion 5 15ACH6H with Realtek RTL8852AE 802.11ax network controller.
Recently, I have updated my Linux kernel from 5.10 to 5.15. After that, wi-fi stopped working. (There are literally “No available connections” in the system tray).
I have installed linux515-headers and rerun pamac build rtw89-dkms-git, however I still have no available connections in the system tray.
How do I solve the problem?
Do I need to uninstall all 5.10 kernel related packages?
Could there be a conflict with some other drivers that I should blacklist? If so, how do I find conflicting drivers?
Of course, I can switch back to 5.10 kernel, where everything worked, but the system advised me to switch to 5.15.
As I indicate in my post, I did run pamac install linux515-headers and then pamac build rtw89-dkms-git.
I have also tried to run pacman -Syu linux515-headers and then pamac build rtw89-dkms-git, but still no luck. May be I should have used pacman in the first place, but I don’t think this is the problem.
That is true. But I noticed the posts of other users who had similar complaints. So, may be an actual solution to this problem may benefit the community.
By the way, how soon will kernel 5.16 be considered stable?