Every time I log in I have to type "sudo rmmod acer_wmi" to get wifi to work. How do I get this to run on startup or permanantly delete acer_wmi.
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I realize I'm replying to this question rather late, but there's another method I've used when booting into liveUSBs. Since there is no easy way to edit their
/etc/modprobe.d/ after creating the USB, add this snippet when you see the kernel selection screen add this by pressing
Whether this gets carried over from the liveUSB to the distro once it's been installed can be hit or miss. If it doesn't, adding this parameter to
/etc/default/grub on the line containing
Now every time you boot it'll be blacklisted!
I'm not always the best at explaining things like this so if you need clarification please let me know.