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dhcpcd.conf inform vs static ip vs request. How should you REALLY setup a static IP?

Excellent question! Here's my answer; a quick summary & details for those interested: Quick Summary First/Best Choice: Don't use a static IP address Your RPi system comes with a network manager (...
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dhcpcd.conf inform vs static ip vs request. How should you REALLY setup a static IP?

I agree that How do I set up networking/WiFi/static IP address on Raspbian/Raspberry Pi OS? has the full answer. However, that answer is long and has many other important information. TL;DR TL;DR ...
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How to detect if a wireless adapter is recognized in a Pi Zero W?

ls /sys/class/net will show all detected network devices, even if not configured. Don't believe anything that says "no drivers would be required".
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Connecting RPI Zero W2 to different Wi-Fi AP simultaneously or sequentially

I am now able to switch between Wi-Fi networks with the following commands: wpa_cli -i wlan0 set_network 0 priority 2 wpa_cli -i wlan0 set_network 1 priority 0 wpa_cli -i wlan0 reassociate and able ...
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Recent Source for rtl8192su

Here is the OP's question: Can anyone point me to a more recent copy of the rtl8192u (and/or r92su) source code so that I can compile it against the current kernel and get my wifi adapter working ...
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No wpa_supplicant executable

A method that works well for me (better than guessing - or attempting to recall) to find package names is: $ apt-cache search supplicant argonaut-fuse - Argonaut (modular TFTP/Fuse supplicant) ...
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No wpa_supplicant executable

The correct package is wpasupplicant and the default install location on Debian Buster for the wpa_supplicant binary is /sbin. If that location is not in the path already, then you can add it to the ...
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