Tutorial [GUIDE] Permanent Wifi in Linux (Catjaro, Fedora 32)

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This doesn't seem to be well documented or well known. I still see many people saying that Wifi on PS4 Linux only works for a few minutes then disables or doesn't work at all. It's actually a very easy fix. I can confirm this works with Catjaro and Fedora 32. I am using a white 1TB PS4 Pro CUH-7102B. Try it with the other distros and report results here. It definitely helps anybody setting up PS4 Linux.

You will need:

- Access to your router.
- Your Wifi details.

1. Load the Linux payload successfully.

You'll know when the LED on the front of the console goes from white to blue/purple. The screen will turn black and the loading text will scroll down.

2. Turn off your router.

Just press the power button.

3. Let it boot into Linux and log in.

4. Turn on your router.

5. Connect to the Internet like you normally would with Wifi.

You should now be able to connect permanently with no disconnections.
 
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