Great that you succeeded in the end.
The only issue I have yet to resolve is the wireless NIC (which I have read is a problem in LInux)
Hm. Yes and no. It clearly depends on which wifi adapter we are talking about.
Again the output of
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might help find out which adapter is detected and which drivers are in use.
When using Network Manager in order to administer network devices in a comfortable way, be aware that Network Manager will
+ not acivate the WLAN connection to your DSL router in case a wired connection has been established before
+ not acivate the wired connection to your DSL router in case a wireless connection has been established before
So it is some kind of either-or situation.
Only a few days ago, there was a thread here, where a wifi adapter seemed to be inactive no matter how hard the user tried to activate it. In the end it turnt out that pulling the network cable was enough to make Network Manager enable the WLAN connection and use it successfully.