I’m working on getting an Ubuntu dual boot up and running on my desktop with windows. I have two separate SSDs, with Ubuntu 17.10 on an nvme drive and Windows 10 on a sata, so all that kind of stuff is set afaik. I can boot into ubuntu, and everything seems to work—except WiFi.
When I turn on the computer, it shows that it’s trying to connect for a while (WiFi symbol with three dots) and eventually gives up, but doesn’t tell me anything. I just tried forgetting the network and reconnecting, and it says it’s connected, but doesn’t work.
If I try to turn off WiFi altogether, it seems to freeze up, and I can’t do anything in the whole settings app. I think it’s related that it takes a very long time to shut down, to that point that I’ve just been forcing it to shut down.
I’ve tried everything I could find online about this issue that I thought applied, to no avail, so I figured I would turn to your guys’s expertise. I’m not sure what kind of information you need, so let me know. It's a USB card (TP Link TL-WN722N) if that makes a difference. I found this script and ran it, hopefully it gives any necessary info: https://pastebin.com/z4xZaDKi
If you need any more info I'll get it ASAP, but it probably won't be until the post is around 16 hours old.