Wavemon is a free and open source command line wireless network device monitoring software for Linux. Acts as a wireless network manager. Released under the GNU General Public License v3.0. It is based on the ncurses programming library and allows you to write text-based user interfaces. You can use it to monitor Wi-Fi signals, wireless signal noise levels, packet statistics and information, device configuration and network parameter details.
Install Wavemon on ubuntu
You can install Wavemon from the terminal application. It is available in the Ubuntu repository (Universe). Just open the console terminal application (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run this wavemon install command on ubuntu.
sudo apt update
Enter the Ubuntu user password and run this command.
sudo apt install wavemon
Install the latest version of Wavemon wireless network device monitoring software on Ubuntu. You can open it by running this command.
Here you will get details about the wireless interface, signal levels, statistics, and general information about it.
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Then press F2 to display the level histogram, F4 to scan, and F8 to get help. You can change the Wavemon settings by pressing the F7 key.
Run this command for usage details.
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