Get the local network name in Raspberry Pi


Raspberry a single boarded computer, a must have for newbie and developers. It has Raspberry Pi OS which is based on Debian Linux OS ( capable of running a headless Ubuntu server). From kids to developer Pi is a favorite tool for learning,code and experiment. There are many interesting project and even you can think about cost efficient cluster computing with Pi boards.

How to get the local network name in Raspberry Pi OS?

The Pi console is more like swiss knife, which offer all Linux commands. For example you can quickly populate local wireless network name using the following command

sudo iwlist

Can run a scan for wirelss land using th command

sudo iwlist wlan0 scan

Pi is simple and powerful. Following posts will help you explore the Pi

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Manoj

A developer,teacher and a blogger obsessed with Python,Dart and open source world from India

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