I received my TP-LINK TL-WN722N today and went to go run the
setap.sh script and it failed due to the
/etc/conf.d directory not existing on my clean install of Arch Linux.
Researching this issue, they don’t create the
conf.d directory anymore since it has technically been depreciated… However their own Wireless Network Configuration page refers to creating the configuration file in that location.
The solution was for me (as
root) was to create the
conf.d directory manually (
mkdir /etc/conf.d) and then re-run the
setap.sh script. No rebooting required and started redirecting connections immediately as well.