I just installed the updates, and my wifi adapter disappeared. Can anyone help me on where to start troubleshooting or things to try and fix it real quick?
It looks like it’s not working on the latest kernel (6.0.8) and my LTS Kernel (5.15.78).
Looks like package
wpa_supplicant was updated…got anything from
journalctl -f ?
See a lot of connection fails, no errors on my actual NIC or Wifi connection though.
What hardware? Did you need a custom driver from AUR that might have to be rebuilt or reinstalled (I had to install a driver from AUR after installing Manjaro on a SurfacePro 3)?
It might be that the driver for your NIC was dropped from the kernel, or even something else entirely. Whatever the reason, in order for us, or anyone for that matter, to be able to provide assistance, more information is necessary. To that end, please see:
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