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GNOME Wireless Applet

The GNOME Wireless Applet is a wireless link quality monitor panel applet for GNOME. It reads the link quality out of /proc/net/wireless and reports quality by altering color, like a mood ring. It also provides a management console (GUI) to change wireless extension settings, including encryption keys, power management, and operation mode.

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Recent releases

  •  04 Jun 2001 18:22

    Release Notes: Basic functionality for Power Saving, WEP, and Mode switching is now complete in the manager. A memory leak has been found and fixed in the applet.

    •  17 May 2001 02:40

      Release Notes: Fixes for several show-stopper build problems, and other minor UI and installation tweaks.

      •  09 May 2001 17:49

        Release Notes: Drawing output changes, reading in all of the values necessary for rev 1, a new, separate manager program, and configuring the install scripts to install with consolehelper support for the manager.


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