Discover Wi-Fi connections in Ubuntu

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How can I search for available wireless networks using Ubuntu? It just asks me about the name of the network.

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Try GTKwifi. It is a handy tool.

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  • Sevi
    it worked but the proplem is when i search for wireless networks through the XP it finds several networks but using GTKwifi the result is zero in the same place and at the same time
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  • Brijesh

    Try command “sudo iwlist scan” in terminal as root. This command will provide the name of the wireless connections available.


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