THEORY OF OPERATION:
Wicd is designed to give the user as much control over behavior of network
connections as possible. Every network, both wired and wireless, has its
own profile with its own configuration options and connection behavior.
Wicd will try to automatically connect only to networks the user specifies
it should try, with a preference first to a wired network, then to wireless.
wicd-cli is a scriptable command-line only "client" for wicd written
by Ronuk Raval.
Some usage examples for wicd-cli.py
Scan for new wireless networks and display them:
python wicd-cli.py --wireless --scan --list-networks
or (same thing, short version)
python wicd-cli.py -y -S -l
Or, you can view the networks Wicd has in its cache:
python wicd-cli.py --wireless --list-networks
If you wa
This is a curses-based client for wicd. It is designed to imitate wicd-client
as much as can be done with a console-based interface. It is written using the
Urwid (http://excess.org/urwid) toolkit, and thus requires it.
That's all there is to it, really. It installs unless you disable it when you
Right now, it lists current available networks, and whether you are connected
Wicd 1.7 Series
- Really fix local privilege escalation (
Adam Blackburn (email@example.com)
Dan O'Reilly (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Andrew Psaltis (ampsaltis@gma
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