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Revision as of 11:24, 13 June 2012
- WiFi Radar is a nifty little GUI program that lets you switch wireless networks with ease.
To install WiFi Radar, install the package.
i and add the following line:
yourusername ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/wifi-radar
Escape, then type
ZZ to save and exit.
wifi-radar to start at boot using
wifi-radar from your application menu. If you want to view the available networks or to configure your setup, simply run
wifi-radar as root.
Tips & Tricks
- You might need to edit
/etc/conf.d/wifi-radarto set the particular network interface that you want to use.
- Some users have had to set
ONin order for WiFi Radar to work properly.
Wireless Setup -- The wireless setup wiki