First of all - thanks for the great Linux distribution.
Anyway, I have problem with my laptop’s Wireless connection. I am using ASUS X550C laptop and Antergos GNOME DE. GNOME is showing that my Wi-Fi is disabled by hardware - “Hardware disabled”. My laptop hasn’t any real Wi-Fi switch on it - there is keyboard shortcut Fn+F2 but that doesn’t do anything.
Anyway, as far as I have tested, this problem exists in all Debian/Ubuntu based distributions and actually Wi-Fi worked without problems only in Manjaro Linux (Arch based) so I thought - maybe there is easy way how to solve this problem (I wouldn’t like to manually enter a lot of commands in bash or edit configuration files etc.)?
And I have another, not so important question - is there a way how to sort folders first before files in GNOME file manager? Thanks for replies.