Changing regulatory domain (CRDA) on the wifi adapter
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Quote:You can confirm the regulatory domain of your wifi by running 'sudo iw get reg'


There is a typo in your command and you don't need sudo to run it:
Code:
iw reg get


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RE: Changing regulatory domain (CRDA) on the wifi adapter - by JasonG-FR - 06-30-2020, 10:06 AM

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