I installed the fedora-36 a couple days ago and switched sys-net over to this without issue (other than the template failing to download ~5 times). This is the full fedora-36 (not minimal). sys-net was able to connect to my Wi-Fi network without issue, even after a reboot.
However, when I booted up today, I discovered that sys-net will no longer connect to my Wi-Fi network. All other devices will - this isn’t an issue with my network. Yesterday, only two things changed with my Qubes OS v4.1 installation:
- dom0 received an update
- I uninstalled the following apps via the Software app from fedora-36 because I have no intention of using them:
- Document Scanner
- Parental Controls
If I switch sys-net back to fedora-34, it will connect to my Wi-Fi without issue, so it appears that uninstalling the above apps has somehow broken fedora-36 networking. Does anyone have any idea why and what the cleanest way to fix this would be? Is there any kind of qubes repair command that I can run that will check for and install missing, critical packages?