i don't believe ndiswrapper will work for thatmeteorrock wrote:You can get that .exe driver you found working for windows with using a linux tool called "Ndiswrapper."
zerozero@deb-kde ~/Documents $ apt show ndisgtk
Automatically installed: no
Maintainer: Julian Andres Klode <email@example.com>
Uncompressed Size: 885 k
Depends: menu, python (>= 2.4), ndiswrapper-utils-1.9, python-gtk2,
Description: graphical frontend for ndiswrapper (installation of Windows WiFi drivers)
ndisgtk is a GTK+ based frontend for ndiswrapper, allowing an easy way to
install Windows wireless drivers.
gurran wrote:btw I could not get the binutils to build, 2.9 or 2.9.1.
wade0004 wrote:bumping this because i have the exact same issue going on and am looking for a solution.... hoping that a year has passed and some geniuses have figured this out...
laptop - Gateway m275
O/S - Xubuntu 12.04
me - about 2.5 days experience with linux
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