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    compiling kwavecontrol (or alternative?)

    I mainly use kwavecontrol (in BT5) as it's the least bothersome way I found to display the wifi link quality and it doesn't appear to use much CPU.

    It's not in Kali, and this is probably because it uses qt3. I don't know anything about qt, but I read somewhere that qt3 and qt4 aren't compatible so that might be the problem.

    Code:
    checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.0) (headers and libraries) not found. Please check your installation!
    So now I'm looking at either compiling qt3 (who knows what old dependencies will crop up there) or?

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    kwavecontrol use this tool effectively to writing and editing, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrzer0123 View Post
    kwavecontrol use this tool effectively to writing and editing, right?
    I don't understand your question. Maybe you should try your native tongue and have google translate.

    I think I'm going back to backtrack 5. It's just a pain in the *** to get things ported over like aircrackgui M4 (the only aircrack front-end which didn't suck, and had broadcast mode). Any work I do with kali will be short-lived, as its repository will no doubt also go offline soon requiring me to go through this process all over again. With Kali 2 coming with systemd (I just found out), anyone suggesting kali is serious about security can be laughed off stage. What a joke

    Unfortunately, bt5's repository went offline and so this is untenable. Not sure where I go from here, but I'm no glutton for punishment

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