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RE: Getting wifi-radar working (and fast!) on RHEL 4 WS



Just redirect the output 

> /dev/null 2>&1

That should take care of it.

Albert Smith
Sr. Unix Systems Administrator
HPCSA, RHCT
Genex Services
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> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Ian Waring
> Sent: Saturday, June 04, 2005 5:32 PM
> To: redhat-list redhat com
> Subject: Getting wifi-radar working (and fast!) on RHEL 4 WS
> 
> Two questions. One about getting wifi-radar to work from a 
> Gnome desktop icon, the other about performance of Centrino 
> chipsets under Linux in general.
> 
> I've managed to get wifi-radar 1.9.3 working on my IBM Thinkpad R51...
> from the command line. Uncommenting 4 lines of the wifi-radar 
> Python source to use dhclient (and switching the last 2 of 
> these around), using /etc rather than /etc/conf.d to store 
> the config file, and changing the interface to eth1 seems to 
> do the trick. Then sudo'ing so that I could run everything 
> from my normal user account.
> 
> However, I can't for love nor money get the python script to 
> invoke from a Gnome icon (the CLI version seems to keep 
> status messages going back to the terminal window every few 
> seconds). Any ideas how to change my sudo 
> /usr/sbin/wifi-radar --config command line associated with 
> the icon to tip any screen output down a black hole? Or is 
> there something else i'm doing wrong??
> 
> Once I fix that, it's just performance I need to attend to. I 
> can get 80-90Kb/s on Windows XP, but peak at 9Kb/s on RHEL WS 
> 4 at the moment with an identical hardware set-up (Centrino 
> on the Thinkpad, Linksys WAG54G as the wireless router). 
> Anyone know if Intel have released more up to date drivers??
> 
> Ian W.
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