since yesterday i´ve been trying to setup Hyperbian Version 2.0.14 with a headless configuration on a pi zero 2. I had some issues with the older version - maybe a hardware problem of my pi. Everything works fine for about 4 days to 6 weeks. After that time, the pi is not reachable any more and must be reset. That´s why I want to try the new version. But there´s a problem:
Everytime after rebooting with the new version, the pi does not connect to the WLAN. I can´t find the pi in my router. There seems to be no connection to WLAN.
Like during my older setups I flashed the image to the SD-card (balena Etcher).
After finishing, I copied the files wpa_supplicant.conf and ssh to the root of the SD and booted the pi (like mentioned in Installation of Hyperbian).
There´s nothing special in the wpa_supplicant:
After the first boot, the two files disappear from the root. They seem to be processed.
When doing exactly the same with Hyperbian version 2.0.13 (or even the very old version from 21.11.2021), using exactly the same wpa_supplicant (I copied the same files to the root), everything works as expected. I see the pi in the router, it gets an address and is accesible with ssh and WEB over WLAN.
Just to figure it out, I also tried the newest Pi OS (22.09.2022) -> same weird behavior - there´s no WLAN. Flashing a very old Pi OS version (28.01.2022) results in a working WLAN.
My guess is, that there is a problem in the underlaying Pi OS of Hyperbian.