Creating a bug report/issue
Distro version : bullseye
Kernel version : Linux 5.10.0-19-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 5.10.149-2 (2022-10-21) x86_64 GNU/Linux
Architecture : amd64
SBC model : Native PC (x86_64)
Steps to reproduce
Just run dietpi-config, and network, show Wifi not found
From sudo lspci, I got :
Network controller: Intel Corporation Wireless 7265 (rev ff)
I see in product detail that Intel Corporation Wireless 7265 is dual band WiFi
Maybe the problem is for dual banda wifi?
Thanks in advance
lspci shows the device but
ip l does not list the related interface, this usually means a driver is missing. Check back with the vendor, probably there are at least driver sources to compile them from.
Thanks Michalng for your support. But I try install Centos 8, the WiFi is detected.
CentOS is not Debian (they may have different kernel configurations), and also you are using a Bullseye system with older Linux 5.10. Probably Linux 6.1 shipped with Debian Bookworm contains the needed driver: Debian Bookworm has been released – DietPi Blog