Saturday, October 06, 2007

CONFIGURE NDISWRAPPER in the CONTROL CENTER.

Installing a windows wireless driver in Linux can be done through the use of a program called ndiswrapper. This is the way to go if your wireless card does not have Linux support. If you are using Mandriva/Mandrake or PCLinuxOS, then you may be able to install your NDISWrapper through the Control Center..more.

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