Metabrik is available via a mercurial repository or from a tarball. Follow this installation guide to get Metabrik running. The following of this post will guide you through your first steps with the platform.
Ready to serve
Everything should be fine from now on, you can run The Metabrik Shell. A default .rc file will be created for you:
A first run example
Say you want to know which wifi AP you have in your neighborhood, what you need is a wifi Brik allowing you to scan it. One of the first Brik you will need is the one to search for a suitable Brik:
Ready to scan:
At the end of the run, result is returned, but the most interesting thing is unnoticed (yet), a special Perl variable has been set: $RUN. Try typing $RUN at the prompt, and you will understand the power of Metabrik.