Hello, all! New Haiku user here…and, for that matter, only 1-year into my exploration of Linux (which I know isn’t Haiku or even BeOS but is at least “not Windows”). I’ve installed Haiku on an Acer Aspire One 722 alongside MX Linux (an installation that’s been there for most of this year and operating fine)…and Haiku is not recognizing my wifi.
I’ve already run install-wifi-firmwares.sh (and restarted) to no avail.
I’ve searched through many of the threads here but, with most of them dating from 2011 and 2012…and with Beta 2 having been released only last month, I got to thinking maybe those discussions were dated.
So, to cut to the chase here, the wireless adapter on this Acer Aspire is an HDA-Intel – HDA ATI SB. And when I consulted https://dev.haiku-os.org/wiki/HardwareInfo I see that HDA is dimmed and has a ? after it.
Does this mean I’m pretty much SOL with Haiku on this particular device?