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Re: wifi-radar



Tim wrote:

> On Fri, 2009-05-01 at 22:28 +0200, Fran├žois Patte wrote:
>> rpm -ql wifi-radar returns the there is an
>> /etc/wifi-radar/wifi-radar.conf file
> 
> That indicates that the package should create a file there, not whether
> one's actually there.  You're listing package contents, not installed
> files.

I agree with the OP.
Fedora wifi-radar is more or less unintelligible as it stands.

"man wifi-radar" states that
"If the conf file does not exist, it will create it".
Admittedly the man-page does not explain precisely
what "it" is that will create the conf file.
But "sudo wifi-radar" does not do "it".

Also "man wifi-radar.conf" gives what it calls a "sample" conf file,
but does not explain what the entries mean.

Altogether a pretty poor piece of documentation.

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