I recently installed*** Antergos as a dual boot option on a Windows 10 machine. I have an ASUS PCI Wireless Card, the AC3100. I’m new-ish to installing Linux and finding working drivers (I’ve mostly just played around with virtual boxes until now) and a couple google searches have not helped me solve my problem. It is currently not practical to run an Ethernet cable from my router to my desktop.
Is there not just some kind of generic ASUS Wireless driver that will get the wifi working on Antergos with my hardware?
Thanks in advance!
***Edit: Sorry, I forgot that I didn’t actually install Antergos as an internet connection is required. I played around in the live environment and couldn’t get my wifi to work. I’ve tried installing both Ubuntu (and its derivatives) as well as Manjaro and now Antergos, and I’ve yet to find a way to get my wifi working properly.