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NdisWrapper is effectively an open-source driver (technically described as a kernel module) that allows Linux to use standard Windows XP drivers for wireless network devices. You might describe NdisWrapper as being a translation layer between the Linux kernel and the Windows drivers, which can be installed using NdisWrapper s configuration tools.
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CHAPTER 8 GETTING E VERYTHING UP AND RUN NING
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You should only use NdisWrapper in one of two situations: Your wireless network hardware simply isn t recognized by Ubuntu, which is to say, all you see when you click the NetworkManager icon is a Manual Configuration option; you don t see any wireless networks listed. Of course, you should first ensure that the wireless hardware in your computer is actually switched on some notebooks offer the facility to deactivate it to save battery life. Your network hardware is recognized by Ubuntu but fails to work correctly or adequately when you configure it. Perhaps it is unable to associate with wireless base stations, for example, or maybe you can t connect to WPA-enabled base stations and consider WEP too insecure for your surroundings. If this is the case, in addition to installing NdisWrapper, you ll need to undertake an additional step in order to blacklist the existing Ubuntu driver. Using NdisWrapper is relatively simple and just a handful of commands are required. However, getting hold of the necessary Windows driver files is harder work because, unfortunately, NdisWrapper isn t designed to work with the usual method of driver distribution: .exe files. Instead, NdisWrapper needs the specific .inf and .sys files that constitute the driver effectively, the Windows system files. These are contained within the .exe file and must be manually extracted.
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Note Sometimes drivers are distributed as .zip files, in which case the relevant files are easy to get at.
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Keep your fingers crossed that this will be the case for your particular hardware!
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NdisWrapper is far from perfect. Not all wireless devices have been proven to work with it, and it s not necessarily the case that a driver available for Windows will work under Linux. Sometimes trial and error is required. Annoyingly, Windows drivers sometimes appear to work but then prove unreliable. Some might stop working. Some might even crash your system. The best plan is simply to give it a try.
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Tip NdisWrapper gets better and better with every new release. This is why it s a good idea to update your
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system on a regular basis, as described in 9.
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In the instructions in this section, we explain how to make an Atheros AR5008 wireless network device that s built into an Apple MacBook work under Ubuntu using NdisWrapper. The instructions remain essentially the same for all types of wireless network hardware. However, some specific details, such as download addresses, will obviously differ.
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First, you ll need to install the NdisWrapper software, and then you can install the necessary Windows drivers. These steps will make your wireless network device available under Ubuntu. Then you can follow the instructions in the previous section to connect to that wireless network.
Installing the NdisWrapper Configuration Tools
NdisWrapper consists of two components: a kernel module and configuration tools. The kernel module comes as part of the default kernel package, so is installed by default, but you will need to download and install the configuration tools manually. To do so, using another computer that is already online (or by switching to Windows XP if you dual-boot), visit the following addresses using a web browser:
http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/n/ndiswrapper/ ndiswrapper-utils-1.9_1.50-1ubuntu1_i386.deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/n/ndiswrapper/ ndiswrapper-common_1.50-1ubuntu1_all.deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/n/ndisgtk/ndisgtk_0.8.3-1_i386.deb
You ll be prompted to download these files. Save the files to a floppy disk or USB memory stick, or burn them to a blank CD-R/RW disk. Then, on the Ubuntu computer, copy the downloaded files to the desktop. Next, open a terminal window (Applications Accessories Terminal), and type the following, which will install the new software:
cd ~/Desktop sudo dpkg -i ndis*
You ll need to enter your password when prompted. When the commands have finished, and you see the command prompt again, close the terminal window.
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