Provided by: rutilt_0.18-0ubuntu6_amd64 bug


       RutilT - manage your wireless network interfaces


       rutilt [IFACE_NAME] [OPTION]...


       RutilT  is  a  Gtk+  program  designed  to set up any wireless network interface, find and
       connect to networks in range and get some information such as the quality  of  association
       etc...   Althought  primally  written  for  Ralink devices, it supports any Linux wireless
       extensions compliant kernel module.  Currently, there is extra support for  the  following
       modules  (rt2x00 project's legacy drivers) : rt2400, rt2500, rt2570, rt61 and rt73. rt2x00
       itself will be supported in a future release.

       Short options can be combined, options with an argument must appear  last  in  this  case.
       Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too.  If IFACE_NAME is
       specified, rutilt will try to use this network interface and will not prompt the interface

       -t, --hide
              force to start hidden in tray

       -p, --profile PROFILE_NAME
              apply  PROFILE_NAME  on  start  (quote  PROFILE_NAME if it contains spaces), the IP
              settings of that profile will not be applied.

       -d, --dhcp
              use dhcp (run the script) on start

       -L, --max-line-length
              print the length of the longest line

       -e, --exit
              exit after processing the command line options (do not start  the  gui)  IFACE_NAME
              must  be  specified  when  using  this  options  with  --dhcp  or --profile and the
              application executed as root.

       -h, --help
              display this help and exit

       -v, --version
              output version information and exit


       Written by Romain BONDUE. See the AUTHORS file or the about dialog for all contributors.


       Report bugs to <>, on  the  rt2x00  mailing  lists  or  on  the  forum


       Copyright © 2005-2008 Romain BONDUE
       This  is  free  software.   You  may  redistribute copies of it under the terms of the GNU
       General Public License <>.  There is NO  WARRANTY,  to
       the extent permitted by law.


       ifconfig(8), wireless(7)