Gnome Wireless Applet

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Gnome Wireless Applet
Tool for managing wireless network cards

The GWireless project is a project aims to create a GNOME-based panel applet and management tool to manage wireless network cards that support Linux wireless extensions. The complete set of tools is called gWireless. Currently, gWireless consists of two basic tools which are in early development stages. The most visible tool (and one that works with basic functionality today) is a link quality monitor applet (called gwireless_applet.) The second tool is called gwireless and represents the bulk of the functionality. Its primary mandate is to provide a GUI for iwconfig, the main wireless tools utility.



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Janet Casey

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12 April 2002

Leaders and contributors

Sujal Shah Maintainer

Resources and communication

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