This is response to both posts above.
First, Debian users can take care of themselves (I myself use Debian,
so no flames). The idea is that if someone went through the trouble of
installing Debian, he better know how the modules work. (In fact, that
is why modprobe -c check is made!)
I initially had a default directory to copy windows drivers to, but I
have future plans that will use a directory and
/etc/ndiswrapper.conf. I thought if I add them now, it may interfere
with those plans (sort of).
I don't think autotools is the right thing to do for this. The
'configure' probably is not appropriate; may be 'install.sh' or
something is more appropriate.
So this is not very well designed to take care of all situations; it
gives a somewhat usable script. I just want to make sure that there
are no glaring problems.
BTW, I am quite open (and seek) patches, so if you have a nice idea
and can implement it, please send patches.
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