Wifi Radar For Linux to Manage and Detect Wireless connections
Wifi Radar is a free small utility for Linux which help you find wifi connections near you and give you option to automatically connect to network and overview signal strength. You can create new profiles and set connection priority if a network is inaccessible you’ll automatically be connected to other network you specified.
Wifi Radar’s interface is pretty simple and its very usable utility because nothing like this comes by default in Linux so for people using laptops and wifi this free piece of software is a must have.
How to Install:
Installing from source:
Download and untar the latest “Official Tarball” or do an anonymous checkout from SVN (See the “Download” box on the left).
Move into the wifi-radar source directory.
Type “sudo make install“.
(or “sudo make install sysconfdir=/etc/wifi-radar“)
2. Usage Instructions
To do a quick scan and connect to any available profile:
sudo wifi-radar -d
To show the UI and manage profiles: