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#1 2023-09-08 19:28:02

Ardox
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NetworkManager is not usable after installing arch

when i installed arch with archinstall, i set the network settings to "copy configuration of the iso". Now, in can't connect with NetworkManager, even if NetworkManager is installed. the only way is iwctl. how can i change that ?

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#2 2023-09-08 19:31:37

seth
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#3 2023-09-08 19:34:35

WinFan3672
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Re: NetworkManager is not usable after installing arch

ArchInstall is not an accepted way of getting Arch Linux install. Because Arch is a DIY distribution, automated solutions such as Archinstall are not supported. As such, I would recommend installing Arch Linux properly by looking at the installation guide: https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Installation_guide. The practice of attempting to receive support from

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#4 2023-09-08 19:35:32

WinFan3672
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Re: NetworkManager is not usable after installing arch

ArchInstall is not an accepted way of getting Arch Linux install. Because Arch is a DIY distribution, automated solutions such as Archinstall are not supported. As such, I would recommend installing Arch Linux properly by looking at the installation guide: https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Installation_guide. The practice of attempting to receive support from an automated solution such as Archinstall is known as "help vampirism" and is frowned upon. It may sound elitist, and it is, but this is the unfortunate reality you need to deal with.

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#5 2023-09-08 19:54:42

Ardox
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Re: NetworkManager is not usable after installing arch

I already checked this page, but i didn't found anything that can help me.

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#6 2023-09-08 20:06:33

seth
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Re: NetworkManager is not usable after installing arch

It tells you how to enable networkmanager.
https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Iwd tells you how to disable iwd.

This is why https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Archinstall tells you to not use it but follow the installation guide: you eventually won't get around reading this stuff anyway.

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#7 2023-09-08 20:13:24

2ManyDogs
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Re: NetworkManager is not usable after installing arch

WinFan3672 wrote:

ArchInstall is not an accepted way of getting Arch Linux install. Because Arch is a DIY distribution, automated solutions such as Archinstall are not supported. As such, I would recommend installing Arch Linux properly by looking at the installation guide: https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Installation_guide. The practice of attempting to receive support from an automated solution such as Archinstall is known as "help vampirism" and is frowned upon. It may sound elitist, and it is, but this is the unfortunate reality you need to deal with.

WinFan3672, while you are correct that third-party install scripts are not supported here, the Archinstall script ships with current versions of the Arch iso, and it is supported here (there is a dedicated forum for Archinstall support requests, where I will be moving this topic shortly).

Asking for support after using the Archinstall script is *not* Help Vampirism.

In addition, please learn how to use the Edit link to edit your post (instead of double posting).

Moving to Guided Installer forum.

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