Thanks for helping me out with this I really appreciate it.
I’ve only tried the broadcom-wl-dkms. I installed it from a USB stick, but I couldn’t get it to work still. I didn’t know if I needed to specifically tell the WiFi to turn on or refresh the live envrionment somehow so that it new the driver was there. If its not that, I’m not sure what driver its using.
I ran yay -Ss broadcom | grep 4322 and that returns nothing.
I also ran yay -Ss broadcom yay -Ss bcm
and all the related drivers come up but how do I know which to choose?
Is there a way to determine what driver the online installer used? Because thats the working one.
As @QAP said also it could be using the kernel module and not the installed broadcom-wl-dkms but you would have to uninstall or blacklist the broadcom-wl-dkms package and reboot in order to confirm that. The driver just say’s wl so I’m not 100% sure.