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What version do you have?
Authored by: jecwobble on Jul 25, '05 10:55:30AM

I found the app, but -s is not an option for me. When using -h I get this:

./airport AirPort v.4.1 (410.22.0)
Command line tool for automatically joining recently trusted networks that are available
and for enquiring AirPort info.
Supported arguments:
	-a      --autojoin       join most recently trusted network that is available
	-f<arg> --file=<arg>     use <arg> as airport preference file instead of 
	-m<arg> --mac=<arg>      use <arg> instead of current AirPort MAC Address
	-x      --xml            print info as XML
	-h      --help           

I am using 10.3.9. Perhaps the -s option is included with 10.4?

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What version do you have?
Authored by: Han Solo on Jul 25, '05 11:27:14AM
What's wrong with airport --scan ? Works for me on 10.3.9. airport --all is interesting too.

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What version do you have?
Authored by: atverd on Jul 25, '05 12:13:53PM

You have Airport 4.1. With 4.2 Apple added a lot of new functionality to the tool. This has nothing to do with Panther vs. Tiger - just Airport software versions.

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