Plugged in and lsusb command recognises it.
2357:011e TP-link AC-600 wireless Realtek RTL8811AU (Archer T2u nano)
Tried install the drivers based on the instructions for Debian Ubuntu but rejected due to kernel headers not matching. I can’t see any which are appropriate for this distro though I am rather nooby to dietpi.
Tried enabling WiFi in Dietpi setup but doesn’t recognise the stick i.e. states no device.
TP-Link provides drivers on their homepage (https://www.tp-link.com/de/support/download/archer-t2u/), but only for kernel 5.0.
Since you are on Dietpi 8.16 I assume you are using kernel 6 already. But you could give it a try, the zip-file from TP-link comes also with a PDF for installation instructions.
Well that went badly. Tried putting a desktop on to make the install easier. That didn’t work, not sure what I messed up. Tried a fresh dietpi install and my usb sick won’t read. Ho hum. This might take some time.
In not sure the instructions on the tplink site have all the info I need…
Very weird, Balena Etcher USB sticks stopped working. Ended up having to use Ventoy to get the thing to boot the USB install stick .
OK, looking through the instructions here:
They are for a pi3. The instructions state that modifying the kernel will be different fir different pi s. I am guessing that is the case here?
Also the download location for the kernel downloads is deprecated.
Any idea how I go about updating the kernel module?