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I just installed Debian with KDE and I can’t seem to connect to wifi. An interface doesn’t even come up. I noticed no driver is listed here with the kernel module. Do I need to install that? How?

@GreyLinux
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your device probably needs the proprietary driver to work which isn’t included on Debian by default , follow these steps https://wiki.debian.org/iwlwifi

@seahorse
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Thank you! It worked!

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