Integrated Wifi card not detected

I have an old Intel Compute Stick (STCK1A32WFC) that I have installed Rocky 9 on. It appears to run well except for the fact that I does not detect the wireless network card.

Neither nmcli or lspci show the wireless card.

After some googling I came across the following,

For the Intel Compute Stick STCK1A32WFC, which features an Intel Atom Z3735F processor, Intel HD Graphics, and integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, you should generally be able to use the default drivers included with most Linux distributions.

For the Intel Atom Z3735F processor, Linux kernels typically include support for this processor out of the box.

For the Intel HD Graphics, the open-source Intel graphics drivers (i915) are usually included in the Linux kernel, providing support for Intel integrated graphics.

For the integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, the drivers are usually part of the Linux kernel as well, with most distributions supporting common wireless chipsets.

But this does not appear to be the case as I can’t see the card.

lsmod | grep rtl8xxxu
lsmod | grep rfcomm
lsmod | grep rtk_btusb

dmesg | grep usb | grep Realtek

Thanks for that but nothing shows.

Its an old stick so I am not going to spend more time trying to sort it.

That is probably a good idea. However if you want to try one more thing, I suggest you install elrepo’s kernel-ml or kernel-lt. Both kernels have the rtl8723bs driver enabled. I can tell for sure if you provide the output from ‘lspci -nn’.