After doing some more research on Debian and looking at how to get WIFI working, I wanted to go back and test Bullseye, as although it is running an older Kernal, it is a more recent release of Debian.
I reflashed the image to a MicroSD card and let it boot up whilst connected to my network with a cable. I was able to SSH into the Rock without trouble and with 4 lines of code, I was able to connect straight to the WIFI.
I’ve written a post with those lines of code and they work both in “Headless” mode and whilst booted into the desktop. You can find the details HERE and it is very straightforward with none of the pain I felt when I first tried to connect to my Wifi.
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