Ndiswrapper in a few lines

ndiswrapper -i yourdriver.inf
ndiswrapper -l  #Ensure that it says “Driver Installed” and “Hardware Present”
ndiswrapper  -m
ndiswrapper -ma
ndiswrapper -mi
modprobe ndiswrapper

…And you’re good to go! Feel free to run /etc/init.d/network restart if you feel like it.

Ethan is a computer engineer and open source hardware/software developer from Michigan. He enjoys AVR and linux development, photography, mountain biking, and drinking significant amounts of home-roasted coffee. Find out more at ethanzonca.com.

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