has anyone succeded in setting up a debian-12-minmal as template for sys-net with Intel AX200 WIFI? I did everything as in this link “How to set the template of sys-net to debian-minimal?” but it does not work. It is working out of the box wit a regunar debian-12-xfce template.
Did you install
yep I did. as I said…I did everything as in the link…
How exactly is it not working?
No network manager tray icon?
No network controller detected?
What’s the output of this command in sys-net based on debian-12-minmal:
Check the logs in sys-net based on debian-12-minmal:
sudo journalctl -b > journalctl.log
Thanks for your time apparatus. But I do not have the template anymore. And since I was tinkering around with it for quiet some time and it was not working I do not want to invest much more time in it. That is why I asked the question if anyone has succeded in doing so. Apparently this does not seem to be a big topic for anyone.
But to come back to your questions:
- Network Manager tray/icon showed.
- System recognized the wifi adapter but showed it as not available.
I think the system was lacking some packages which are present in a regular debian-12-xfce template…there everything is working out of the box.
What’s your motherboard? I think it’s user error somewhere.
These are all I needed for the debian-12-minimal to work for that wifi card:
apt install qubes-core-agent-networking qubes-core-agent-network-manager qubes-core-agent-passwordless-root firmware-iwlwifi
So I had been installing everything as suggested. It seems like the system is recognizing the wifi card with “lspci -v” but in the network manager it shows as “device not ready”.
Interestingly it is working out of the box with a regular debian-12-template out of the box.
And yes I have installed firmware-iwlwifi in both templates.