I switched from Linux Mint to Zorin last week on my old piano (Asus TP500LN)
and everything was fine, but after two days I lost my wireless internet. I then decided to install MT7630E driver (git clone) but I get this error:
fatal error: linux/input-polldev.h: No such file or directory
Kernel in use: 5.15.0-60-generic
Two additional problems:
rfkill list does not give any output
I cannot get the networkmanager to restart with sudo systemctl restart NetworkManager
I realize that compiling the driver is not going to work after reading this:
.. but I find it curious that for 2 days after the Zorin install the wifi did show up in networkmanager (wifi kept disconnecting, but at least it showed up).
Should I switch back to an older kernel, or .. Anyone an idea or a workaround to get the wifi back?
-- Did you receive the Gnome Core 22 update on Zorin ? You can verify that in Softwarecentrum (click 'Installed' top bar-menu) and scroll down till you see something like this:
If so .... (what is in the normal updates foreseen). Upgrade the Kernel via the Mainline Method .... Do not use 6.2 as for now, but rather 6.1.12 .... install it and select it via the boot-Grub the new kernel.
See if this already works ......
If not add the repo of Jammy Jellyfish (Ubuntu 22.04 repo) and first purge the linux-firmware (mind good battery, and good power-supply !!! ) and do simple (with the repo active of 22.04 !) an apt install linux-firmware.
Reboot TWICE for testing the WiFi !! READ THIS TOPIC FIRST --- before installing 6.1.12 kernel !!!
I have purged as well the Zorin Connect app --- it got some updates and menu entries I really did not like at all from Zorin (GSM settings).
I had a major problem after that update a few days ago. But eventually it worked out alright. Before the updates all was fine ...... Not shure if it is Zorin's updates that gone bad, or Gnome's.