wifi radar
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Check this one out, here's a review of wifi radar

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When WiFi Radar runs normally, it displays all the available wireless networks it detects. The first time you run it, that's all it does. To connect to one of the listed access points, click on its name and then select Connect. WiFi Radar will tell you that it does not have a profile configured for the network, and ask if you want to create one. Click Yes.

Available as a package for most major distro versions.

Check out the wifi radar website. When WiFi Radar runs normally, it displays all the available wireless networks it detects. The first time you run it, that's all it does. To connect to one of the listed access points, click on its name and then select Connect. WiFi Radar will tell you that it does not have a profile configured for the network, and ask if you want to create one. Click Yes.
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