wifi_radar , debian/ubuntu and madwifi 0 comments

I've made a few minor hacks to wifi_radar to get it going under Ubuntu with a madwifi based device. essentially the only changes are that ath0 is the default device name , and the config file is expected to be /etc/wifi_radar.conf (this app should be run as root by the by). One gotcha with some versions of the madwifi driver is that if the device mode is auto then it cant scan. If you are having this problem try setting a specific mode. e.g. iwpriv ath0 mode 2 sets it to 802.11g. Scanning will then work. Anyway heres the modified version.


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