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Wireless Strength ================= This is a set of two scripts: wireless-strength, ws-plot wireless-strength ----------------- Usage: wireless-strength [interval] interval: the length in seconds between polls, default=2 Print your wireless signal strength to the console at set intervals. A log of the session is also created in the directory with the date and time the sessions was started and a .dat extension. This requires "nm-tool", a command-line tool that is part of network-manager. ws-plot ------- Usage: ws-plot <filename.dat> [<filename2.dat>] Create a png graph of the session using a "dat" file created by wireless-strength. This requires gnuplot to be installed. Examples -------- # Start polling at 5 second intervals, Ctrl+c to stop $ ./wireless-strength 5 # Start polling at 2 second intervals - the default $ ./wireless-strength # Create a graph from the dat file created in the above session $ ./ws-plot 2012.05.27-16.42.29.dat The created png will be named the same as the dat file, with .png attached. 2012.05.27-16.42.29.dat.png # Create graphs from all dat files in the directory $ ./ws-plot *.dat Copyright --------- Copyright (c) 2012 Steven Brown. See LICENSE for details.