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Old 17th July 2005, 11:37 AM
steve1961 Offline
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Is ndiswrapper preinstalled with Fedora Core 4?

Please help. I'm new to linux but I've been playing with Xandros for the last week and decided to give Fedora a try. I had to use ndiswrapper drivers for my wireless card in Xandros but ndiswrapper comes preinstalled with Xandros. I can't seem to find it in Fedora.

If I have to install it from scratch could someone give me really simple instructions about how to do this please. As I can't connect to the internet with Fedora I would have to download it with another os. Is this possible?
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Old 18th July 2005, 02:26 AM
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To the question in the title, no. To the other question, yes.
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