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A dead simple, cross-platform Python library to connect to wireless networks.

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A dead simple, cross-platform Python library to connect to wireless networks.

## Description

This library can control a computer’s wireless adapter to connect to a network. Environments currently supported include:

  • Mac OS 10.10
  • Ubuntu 12.04

## Setup

`bash sudo pip install wireless `

To use the nmcli on Ubuntu, one must have the right permissions in place. A few options are listed [here](

## Usage

A typical usage looks like this:

`python from wireless import Wireless wireless = Wireless() wireless.connect(ssid='ssid', password='password') `

## API

  • Wireless() - initialize the wifi driver
  • connect(ssid, password) - attempts to connect to a network and returns True on success
  • current() - returns the name of the current network or None otherwise

## Change History

This project uses [semantic versioning](

### v0.1.0 - 2014/11/22

  • Initial release

## Contributions

Pull requests to the develop branch are welcomed!

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