So far the artix install has worked flawlessly.
I got the terminal install working in a short period of time no major issues.
Currently I am working on fixes for: no computer audio, brightness and audio level keys no longer work(i didnt really expect them to), fingerprint reader compatability. Other than these laptop specific issues everything is working well. No stutters or other weirdness. dwm desktop environment working well.
I will post fixes as I recieve or find them
putting in my SSD with my Artix Install from my old laptop when mine arrives later this week. Have you gotten bluetooth to work?
No bluetooth yet… Still working on it.
As of 9/9 bluetooth works with the linux-zen kernel, its in the standard repos
Installed the Artix-KDE edition and its been great. Bluetooth works and I’ve got the fingerprint reader working as well. I’ve been working on tuning my settings for battery life as of late.
Hey, after installing Artix using the linux LTS kernel I’m having some trouble with the wifi card. I picked the Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX210. After rebooting I don’t see the wlan0 device and all I have is loopback device. Can you help me troubleshoot?
Relevent info seems to be
[ 3.516302] iwlwifi 0000:aa:00.0: Timeout waiting for PNVM load!
[ 3.516304] iwlwifi 0000:aa:00.0: Failed to start RT ucode: -110
[ 3.516308] iwlwifi 0000:aa:00.0: iwl_trans_send_cmd bad state = 0
[ 3.528819] iwlwifi 0000:aa:00.0: Failed to run INIT ucode: -110
crosspost with artix forums
What kernel are you using?
Linux version 5.10.74-1-lts
The AX210 works with some 5.11 kernels, no 5.12 kernels (?), most 5.13 kernels and some 5.14 kernels.
I don’t know much about Artix and how easy it is to upgrade the kernel, but you may want to upgrade the kernel.
@Fraoch installing linux kernel 5.14 worked. I did the following steps:
- reboot with live artix linux usb.
- connect to wifi:
wpa_supplicant -B -i wlan0 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
- ensure wifi is working:
- remount disk system and chroot into it
mount /dev/nvme0n1p3 /mnt
mount /dev/nvme0n1p1 /mnt/boot
- install latest stable linux kernel
pacman -S linux
- (optional) check if kernel, ramdisk and fallback are available in
ls -lsha /boot
- remove lts linux kernel
pacman -R linux-lts
- regenerate grub config
grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
then wlan0 was correctly showing up as a device.
Great! Glad that resolved it!