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  • I used ndiswrapper years ago and loved it. The software itself is good. Can you please fix the Wiki? I created an account and I still can't access it. Because of this, the project is of limited usefullness. Once the Wiki is fixed, I will bump my rating up. Thanks.

  • Doesn't compile on new versions of kali. Disappointing.

  • PEOPLE DON'T CREATE AN ACCOUNT!!!!! Don't create an account just to see the wiki. Disappointed, I wish I could give 5 stars like the people did before October of last year. Maybe something happened in October that your links don't work anymore...

  • Fix your links & Documentation for fuck sakes, how hard is that? i had to register to use the wiki to find i cant even see it regardless!

  • Shit documentation, shit links

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • thanks!!

  • Nice, thank you

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Great program. Simple and useful and easy to install . Thank's

  • ndiswrapper, easy to use

  • Thank you guys for your work!

  • Great job!

  • Great job, thanks a ton for writing

  • Good job, thank you for discussing

  • very good project

  • very good

  • It's a great application for help GNU/Linux users

  • that's a cool project

  • On my feisty fawn, it doesn't even install properly. I get error messages in step 2 and 3 (make / make install as root). As a new user of Linux all too willing to flip for most purposes over (and despite 7 years of superficially using UNIX on old suns while in academia), i find the process of getting a wireless running INCREDIBLY frustrating. But at least the most-mentioned tool ndiswrapper could install properly. So really no need to leave self-congratulatory messages here. It's depressing, really. Additionally, among many more sobering experiences, when I go through the sourceforge tutorial to find the proper drivers, i read (1) yes we got'em, it'll work, (2) here's a link, and (3) here's another link. Link (2) leads to a private (!!!) web page discussing, among others, 'aviation' and 'travel' plus how great it would be to upgrade to WPA (happy to if you can install it at least first), and (3) is a blind link. I did dig up the drivers myself (I think), but with ndiswrapper dysfunctional, what to do.

  • not a lot of wireless cards are supported by linux but this module ensures that hundreds more are.