I've set up a console typewriter: a laptop with a minimal Debian install and no X server. I use it as a typewriter and I use wifi to sync my documents.
I connect to wifi using wpa-supplicant. That involves editing /etc/network/interfaces each time I connect to a new network - and that a little tiresome.
What would be a good CLI network manager that could make connecting to new networks easier. It should be able to:
- Shows a list of available networks
- Let me select one and connect by time the WPA password
- Remembers passwords and automatically connect to the connections that I've used before