I tend to use
sudo arp-scan --localnet --interface wlan0 a lot, but I find it cumbersome to type this each time. To speed things up, I've created a script, called
arp-lw-scan, which should do this for me.
#!/bin/bash arp-scan --localnet --interface wlan0
~/Scripts to my
~/.profile, so each script in that folder can get executed from any location by just typing its name in the terminal.
However, I'm having trouble executing
arp-lw-scan in an easy way, because it requires root access. Just typing
arp-lw-scan while being in my home directory gives an error about not having root rights. I can type
sudo ~/Scripts/arp-lw-scan, and that works, but that's still pretty much to type. I want to be able to just type
sudo arp-lw-scan to execute the given script.
How can I achieve this?