I'm setting up Arch Linux on a MacBook Pro, currently using a phone with USB tethering for internet access. An obvious short-term goal is to install Broadcom drivers (either
broadcom-wl-dkms), both of which I can get via
So far, when trying to set up an interface after installing
broadcom-wl-dkms, I'm hitting a roadblock because
/proc/bcrm_monitor0 doesn't exist, and I can't write
echo 1 to it because I can't create this file, even as root (this includes via
touch and moving other files with the appropriate name and contents there). I get
No such file or directory whenever I try to create or populate it in any way.
pacman -Q broadcom-wl-dkms shows that the driver is correctly installed.
How can I get Wi-Fi up and running in my Arch install?