Network and Xorg issues sounds to me like you did too much in one go.https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Be … leshootingCheck the connection, check the driver status and load the module: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Ne … figurationIf the network interface doesn't show up (eth0), read this part: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Ne … Interfaces
Yes it does mean that you substitute <interface> for wlan0 or wlp1s0, or whatever the interface is called that you wish to enable.Issue;$ ip linkto find what your interfaces are called.When you say both, I assume you meant for -auto and -ifplugd, the former is for wireless, the latter for wired.
Hi,I managed to connect to my home network now. However, now I struggle to connect to my university eduroam network. The error I get is:WPA association/authentication failed for interface '<interface>'The same error I got when I tried to connect to my home network.
Well, to help along the way, I found this: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sy … er_boot.3FThat worked exactly as described. Now, though, the interface isn't failing anymore, so I can't diagnose what was happening in the first place, haha.Speculation still welcome. I don't much prefer to simply let a problem "disappear" without knowing what it was.
If youused the netctl command to enable/start the service/profile, shoulnd't you use the netctl command to stop/disable the netctl profile? So # netctl stop <profile>and # netctl disable <profile>If all else fails, you can find the necessary symlink in /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants and delete it manually.
Problem solved:cp /usr/lib/network/connections/ethernet /usr/lib/network/connections/myethernetnow edit /usr/lib/network/connections/myethernet and look for the function ethernet_down(). Comment out the line "dhcpcd -qk "$INTERFACE" &>/dev/null".