Mrsell wrote: ↑
Wed Aug 28, 2019 8:47 pm
Is there any steps I may have missed that the wifi doesn't work? I had no issue connecting via Debian 10, does anyone else have this issue?
Sorry to hear you are experiencing problems with this ><
There is a known issue
with the version of the 64-bit kernel used on the image and WiFi - and also a fix available to the regulatory domain setup in the RPi config app.
As such, you can try updating these packages and then rebooting, to see if this improves things.
To do do, make sure you have at least wired connectivity and then open a console and:
Let the emerge run to completion and then reboot.
Any better? PS Are you trying to connect to a regular or 5G band?
In which country?
Edit: you stated it was US above, apologies.
Once the above update has been done, edit the file /etc/modprobe.d/rpi3-wifi-regdom.conf and make sure the setting there is also "US", matching that in /etc/conf.d/rpi3-wifi-regdom (i.e., make sure both files have "US", not "GB" - you will need to be root, or use sudo, to edit them). Then reboot.