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Hi,

Can anyone advice how to use wicd-cli  to do below jobs in Raspberry pi?


-connect to WiFi using SSID and password provided as parameters
-check for wifi connection and reconnect if wifi is dropped
-connect to a different wifi if different SSID and password are specified

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Hi, you still have your previous question open on the same subject, maybe close that one first? Any replies on my last comment there? I mean this one:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Linux_Networking/Q_28348532.html
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Hi Gerwin,

I need a script , thats the reason open this question. I will close that one .

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I think i find the solution, i will post it when its ready . Thanks for helping on my other post and checking this one.
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