Re: wireless from the command line
> I've had a good look around and still can't work this one out. Does
> anyone know how to configure wifi from the command line? I'm currently
> using wicd, so all my hardware is supported, however, as I rarely start
> X I would prefer to manage wifi connections through the cli.
> I believe I have to use wpasupplicant. Can someone point me to a howto
> that gives me a few examples of the wpasupplicant config and interfacing
> it with /etc/network/interfaces.
> I would like my setup to automatically connect to open networks. It
> should connect to the one with the strongest signal. If that fails then
> it should connect to any wpa networks if they are in range. I would like
> some examples, so I can learn how to tweak the config quickly.
For WPA2, I use these /e/n/i settings
iface wlan0 inet dhcp
You can add these but I don't