I have a WUSB54G linksys wireless card. I went to the linksys website and downloaded the xp driver. ( http://tinyurl.com/9e5w3 ) It is only one .exe file. So therfore I can't find the .inf file.
Did I download the wronge drivers?
I am using Kubuntu PPC (Breezy) on an iBook G4.
You need to install ndiswrapper before installing windows driver. However, ndiswrapper won't work on ppc, so you can't use it on iBook. You may want to try rt2500 open source driver, instead.
Alright. I found out about that. I had to unzip the file.
But now when I type "ndiswrapper -i rt2500usb.inf" it says "-bash: ndiswrapper: command not found".
I have it on the desktop in a folder called "ndiswrapper-1.16" in that folder next to that folder i have the drivers folder "the unzipped .exe". In there i found folder with the correct version of my device as its name. I go into command line and go to that folder. It has a .inf and a .sys files in it. (one other, too). Then I get this message.
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