Establishing wifi connections from the command line

Posted by wayover13 on Apr 29, 2012 7:46 AM EDT
Field Notes of an Audacious Amateur; By wayover13
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Want to get on a wifi network fairly quickly and painlessly from the command line? Try network-manager's command-line cousin, cnetworkmanager. A command like sudo cnetworkmanager -C essid-of-network --unprotected (for unprotected networks) will do it. For further details on how I discovered this and for further remarks on cnetworkmanager's capabilities, read below.

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