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sparrow-wifi

This package contains a gaphical Wi-Fi analyser for Linux. It provides a more comprehensive GUI-based replacement for tools like inSSIDer and linssid that runs specifically on Linux. In its most comprehensive use cases, sparrow-wifi integrates Wi-Fi, software-defined radio (hackrf), advanced bluetooth tools (traditional and Ubertooth), traditional GPS (via gpsd), and drone/rover GPS via mavlink in one solution.

Installed size: 1.87 MB
How to install: sudo apt install sparrow-wifi

  • gpsd
  • gpsd-clients
  • python3
  • python3-dateutil
  • python3-dronekit
  • python3-gps3
  • python3-manuf
  • python3-matplotlib
  • python3-numpy
  • python3-pyqt5.qsci
  • python3-pyqt5.qtchart
  • python3-requests
  • python3-tk
  • usbutils
  • wireless-tools
sparrow-wifi

sparrowwifiagent
[email protected]:~# sparrowwifiagent -h
usage: sparrowwifiagent.py [-h] [--port PORT] [--allowedips ALLOWEDIPS]
                           [--staticcoord STATICCOORD]
                           [--mavlinkgps MAVLINKGPS] [--sendannounce]
                           [--userpileds] [--recordinterface RECORDINTERFACE]
                           [--ignorecfg] [--cfgfile CFGFILE] [--allowcors]
                           [--delaystart DELAYSTART] [--debughttp]

Sparrow-wifi agent

options:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --port PORT           Port for HTTP server to listen on. Default is 8020.
  --allowedips ALLOWEDIPS
                        IP addresses allowed to connect to this agent. Default
                        is any. This can be a comma-separated list for
                        multiple IP addresses
  --staticcoord STATICCOORD
                        Use user-defined lat,long,altitude(m) rather than GPS.
                        Ex: 40.1,-75.3,150
  --mavlinkgps MAVLINKGPS
                        Use Mavlink (drone) for GPS. Options are: '3dr' for a
                        Solo, 'sitl' for local simulator, or full connection
                        string ('udp/tcp:<ip>:<port>' such as:
                        'udp:10.1.1.10:14550')
  --sendannounce        Send a UDP broadcast packet on the specified port to
                        announce presence
  --userpileds          Use RPi LEDs to signal state. Red=GPS
                        [off=None,blinking=Unsynchronized,solid=synchronized],
                        Green=Agent Running [On=Running, blinking=servicing
                        HTTP request]
  --recordinterface RECORDINTERFACE
                        Automatically start recording locally with the given
                        wireless interface (headless mode) in a recordings
                        directory
  --ignorecfg           Don't load any config files (useful for overriding
                        and/or testing)
  --cfgfile CFGFILE     Use the specified config file rather than the default
                        sparrowwifiagent.cfg file
  --allowcors           Allow Cross Domain Resource Sharing
  --delaystart DELAYSTART
                        Wait <delaystart> seconds before initializing
  --debughttp           Print each URL request

Updated on: 2022-May-06