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July 03, 2009
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Ndiswrapper is software for using Windows drivers with Linux, if the current linux kernel doesn´t support a certain device.

NdisWrapper is an open source driver wrapper that enables the use of most wireless network cards on Linux by implementing the Windows kernel and NDIS APIs and dynamically linking the vendor's Windows drivers to this implementation. Many vendors do not release Linux supported drivers for their wireless network cards. There is a list available of all the wireless network cards known to work with NdisWrapper.

Sometimes the last way, getting your WLAN hardware to work.

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ndiswrapper 1.47

(Drivers), January 18, 2008

Worked well with my AR5007EG Wireless Chipset

Reviewer: Transformer23 - View all of My Reviews

Ndiswrapper made my Atheros AR5007EG WLan chipset run under Gutsy 7.10 very well. Even WPA support was no problem and the connectivity was good. Just install the Windows driver via "sudo ndiswrapper -i /path-to-the-inf-file/filename.inf", add the driver alias to the file table "sudo ndiswrapper -m" and enjoy. I´d be happy, if this annoying WLan problems would end up with the release of Hard in April 2008!