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HI All, Is there anybody know how to get wifi rssi_max value under linux? Thanks. Ke Tao...
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    Cool Getting rssi_max value


    HI All,

    Is there anybody know how to get wifi rssi_max value under linux?
    Thanks.

    Ke Tao

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    What distribution + version of linux are you running. In any case, most of this information can be found in the /proc entries for the wireless device(s). Unfortunately, I don't have my laptop running w/ Ubuntu right now, so I don't know which sub-directory/file you should look at for this, but it is likely there.
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    As Rubberman suggested, you need the version number of your package

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    I readed it from /proc/network/wifi

    I readed it from /proc/network/wifi

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