I recently bought an MSI GS60 Ghost Pro, and promptly installed Antergos on the secondary hard drive as I have heard many good things and knew that I would need a linux environment for class.
I have been unable to find out how to get my wifi working, but ethernet does work.
The card in my laptop is a Qualcomm Atheros Killer N1525, and I haven’t been able to find any resources about making it work with linux.
This isn’t just a problem with Antergos, after doing some research I found that I was not alone in trying to get wifi working.
I’m having many of the same problems outlined in the linked post on the Ubuntu forums. I did a fresh install of Windows recently too, and noticed that neither LAN nor WLAN worked without me downloading the drivers on another computer, transferring them across to the laptop and installing them. The Windows drivers can be downloaded here, and are the Bigfoot LAN and WLAN driver on that page. It should be noted that I am actually able to use LAN through the ethernet port, but no wifi.
How should I go about fixing this? Is it just something that will take time and I’ll need to wait for, or is there something I can do to get the wifi working?