How to connect to WIFI with rescue system without nmcli / iwctl

Hello, I am wondering how to connect to a WIFI network from the rescue system, since there are neither “nmcli” nor “iwctl” command available?

@SteffNC Hi, what rescue system, a Live USB one?

Actually I am using the latest tumbleweed installation ISO snapshot. Maybe it is better/common to use a live media?

@SteffNC yes, I use the Tumbleweed Rescue Live, the rescue system on the install media is a bit limited…

There is no such thing like a Tumbleweed rescue live.

Which one do you suggest?

A: [openSUSE-Tumbleweed-Rescue-CD-x86_64-Snapshot20230408-Media.iso]
B: [openSUSE-Tumbleweed-GNOME-Live-x86_64-Snapshot20230408-Media.iso]

@SteffNC it’s the first one Tumbleweed-Rescue-CD it runs the xfce desktop… You can install applications, but no system type update, kernel etc…

Well, since I am not a fan of xfce, I have used the gnome live iso.

I was able to chroot into the luks encrypted system and after fixing a little dns issue in chroot environment ( need to add nameserver in /etc/resolv.conf ), I was able to update the system. I missed to create a snapshot though, but I will find out how to do this.

Thanks @malcolmlewis