bigj231 wrote:You can't just put in the CD and install the driver. Unless they have Linux drivers. Not all USB-WiFi adapters work in Linux.
You can use ndiswrapper to install the windows drivers on linux. Read the man pages or look for tutorials on that.
While your USB adapter is plugged in, what's the output of:
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bigj231 wrote:I would recommend trying ndiswrapper from the terminal. It will be more difficult, but it should tell you what isn't working there.
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