The scanning issue has to do with the wifi-radar default configuration. This configuration is given in
the file wifi-radar.conf in /etc/wifi-radar/ folder. You have to find the "Interface" line and replace
the eth0 with whatever your wireless interface is called. This you can find in
/etc/modprobe.conf. This way, wifi-radar should let you scan accordingly and form a profile.
As for the automated startup on boot, I would very much like to know how to do that myself.