Alexionarraybolt3: I meant the speed at which the wifi is connected01:05
Alexionlike 74Mbps, 100Mbps, 300Mbps etc.01:05
arraybolt3Alexion: Oh. I think you can do that, don't remember how though. Hold on one moment...01:34
arraybolt3Alexion: Right-click on the network icon in the system tray, and then click "Connection information". This works on Lubuntu
arraybolt3(It appears to list the speed in Kb/s though >_< which may be a bit hard to read.)01:36
Alexionyes, that shows the current transfer speed, but I don't want that, I'm looking for the rate at which it is connected01:43
Alexionand I found the solution01:43
Alexionsudo iw dev wlan0 link01:43
Alexionreplace wlan0 with the name of the wifi card01:43
Alexionin my case, it says 54Mbps01:43
Alexionthank you for your support01:52
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bperraudhey everyone14:20
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