@joekamprad booting the LTS kernel unfortunately did not fix the problem.
The output of
dmesg | grep ath10k
Is the following:
So it appears that the firmware didn’t load correctly but I still don’t know how to interpret this and how to fix it.
I have tried to unload and load the module manually by using
modprobe -r ath10k
But that did not help either. Thank you for taking the time to help.
I have just installed Antergos and can’t connect to my WIFI. During the installation I had no problems connecting from the Live USB. The system tray shows that there are no network devices availiable:
I then ran the ip link command an the only interface that it outputs is the loopback interface:
The lspci -k command gave the following output:
So the network card is recognised and the drivers are installed and in use. I am confused as to why the network interface does not show up and what to do to be able to connect to the Wifi.
Any help would be much appreciated.