In my project, the task is to scan the signal strength received from 3 AP.
I would be happy if that could happen every 300ms (max.500ms).
I was seeking for a good tool to do that.
First I found iwconfig which worked, but only with networks that I was connected to. So I used iwlist (iw didn't work- maybe I need to update it?). Do you know how accurate is the output of it? Can I trust it?
/usr/share/doc/gnome-calculator consists of three file/folder changelog.debian.gz copyright and n**ewz.gz** But I didn't find the source code. Doesn't the source code lie within the documentation? Where can I get its source code of all the application of Ubuntu? Is it documented within my system or in internet?
As i said earlier.... i finished LFS 7.5 book.. and now i moving on to add a GUI to it... for which i downloaded OpenBox source code... i was thinking of playing around with the code... but i can't seem to find where to start...if anyone of you could...
I am looking for the Linux for PC's source code,
so far I could find only the first ever Linux source code which is for AT&T 386
( the assembly for the boot seems to be unfamiliar, and some googling suggests that)
I looked a bit in kernel.org and could find it..
it seems that IBM PC has 8088, I need the 8086 architecture