The OpenBSD project has a free, open-source wireless networking stack called wireless-network-manager that can run on Linux.
However, to install it on a Raspberry Pi, you need to run a command such as sudo apt-get install wireless-manager .
The easiest way to do this is to run the command via a terminal window, which is not really supported on Linux or other operating systems.
However the project also offers a graphical terminal that works with any version of Ubuntu that’s at least a few months old.
OpenBSD’s wireless network manager is based on a project called wireless.
The project has many features including support for many network protocols including 802.11ac, Bluetooth, Bluetooth LE, and more.
Open Wireless Network Manager is an easy-to-use command line interface for configuring wireless networks on the Raspberry Pi.
Open wireless network management can be a little daunting.
This is because there are no official guides on how to use it.
But here’s how you can use it on your Raspberry Pi to configure the wireless network.
Open WiFi Network Manager¶ In order to configure your wireless network, open a terminal and run sudo apt install wireless.
Next, navigate to the Wireless network directory and run the following command to install the wireless-networking package: sudo apt -y install wireless_network_manager