I'm following the Arch Linux install guide here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Beginners%27_Guide
I'm installing from a live disc. I've just used pacstrap to install the base system. I then used chroot to configure the system (time zones, language, etc.)
My wireless has been working fine up to this point but only on the live disc and through
wifi-menu. From my understanding I now need to get Wi-Fi working on the actual system.
I'm choosing to do this manually with
netctl. I enter the netctl directory and notice that there is a profile already created there for me. I'm guessing this is because wifi-menu automatically created it for me. So I run:
netctl enable wlp2s0-linksys
I receive the error message
running in chroot, ignoring request
A ping to Google shows that I am still not connected. How can I set this netctl profile to be used on boot when I'm running off of the hdd from the actual installation and not the disc?