Package crda

Regulatory compliance daemon for 802.11 wireless networking

CRDA acts as the udev helper for communication between the kernel
and userspace for regulatory compliance. It relies on nl80211
for communication. CRDA is intended to be run only through udev
communication from the kernel.

General Commands (Section 1)
setregdomain sets the regulatory domain for your system; it takes no arguments and is normally called via system script (eg, udev) rather than manually by an...
File Formats (Section 5)
regulatory.bin is the file used by the Linux wireless subsystem to keep its regulatory database information. It is read by crda upon the Linux kernel's request...
System Administration (Section 8)
crda is the Linux wireless central regulatory domain agent. crda is intended to be used by udev scripts and should not be run manually unless debugging udev...
regdbdump can be used to parse the regulatory.bin file, the Linux wireless regulatory database used by crda, and print out its contents in human readable...