I've just received my Pi-Top with a pre-installed Raspbian Jessie 8.0 on a 8Gb SD-Card (included in the Kit).
My problem is that No Wireless interface is found in the Icon configuration for WiFi, and I don't know how to make it operate and appear (only ETH0 is shown in the dialog Box).
I've got a second RPi3B with a pre-installed Raspbian Jessie 8.0, on a 8Gb SD Card, and this one works well with WIFi and Bluetooth. The problem is that this distribution does not include the specific software components to access the Pi-Top Hub functionalities (ie no Battery charging information, and no power shut down after a software shut down of Linux.
Does anyone encounters the same problem, and what will be the issue to make the on board RPi3B Wireless interface to appear on the Pi-Top Raspbian distribution?
Also, is ther a way to include battery monitoring and power-off management on another Raspbian distribution not build for Pi-Top?
Thank you for your Help.
Thank you Rene for your reply, but even if pi-topOS does support the wireless interface, it is still impossible for me to access it (internet connection icon says "No wireless interface found", and a right-click on it sows a menu with "Wifi Networks (dhscpcdui) Settings", but acting on it leads to open a Menu where only Eth0 is available in the ListBox (no Wlan0).
The problem is that connecting an Ethernet Cable is recognized, but I stall can't access to internet, so trying to update with the latest pit-opOS distri fails since It can't connect.
As I explained on my post, the hardware is not the problem since I got all connection (Eth0, Wlan0, and Bluetooth) with another Raspbian distri.
Thanks if someone gots an idea.