Wireless Modem Problems
lyematt at gmail.com
Sun Jan 11 10:35:47 GMT 2009
just run sudo apt-get install ndiswrapper-util and you should be able to get
it to work. You have to be careful with installing debs directly as unlike
repository installs via apt/aptitude/synaptic they will not
satisfy dependencies. A good package should have them listed and you can
search synaptic to see if they are installed, and install them as necessary,
Let us know how it goes.
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On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 10:53 AM, Michael Harold <
mike.harold at optusnet.com.au> wrote:
> Hi the List,
> The story is; I have a USB wireless modem (actually from Optus) that
> only works on Windows XP Home.
> In Ubuntu 8.10 (also installed) info from Help states that there is a
> means of reading the *.inf file supplied with the modem that requires
> ndisgtk as an add-on to ndiswrapper.
> OK. That means that I need to note the required file; close Ubuntu;
> re-start and open XP to get at the internet.
> Did that.
> Googled ndisgtk - downloaded and saved to a folder - so far so good.
> In XP - copy the file - paste to memory stick. Check? - it's there.
> Close XP.
> Re-open to Ubuntu (memory stick recognised). Right click the ndisgtk
> file - GDebi Package Installer tops the list - click on that and it opens -
> showing a fault! (Quite a few "sweet" words - ya know? !)
> Actually reads "Package: ndisgtk. Status: Error: Dependancy is not
> satisfiable: ndiswrapper-utils-1.9".
> Can anyone put a finger on a problem with anything there? Or suggest
> another means of getting the modem to work on Ubuntu?
> Mike H
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