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Nice, clear article -- and just in time to help me get 802.11g going on my laptop.
One problem that I had to overcome:
"delete ... the kernel module from /lib/modules/<kernelname>/misc" will cause mischief if you do it with Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty), as I found out the hard way.
are not packaged with ndiswrapper in Ubuntu; rather, they are packaged with the kernel.
After deleting them manually, I had to reinstall the kernel package (linux-image-<kernelname>)and reboot to get my wireless card working.
I hope my mentioning this might spare someone else having to figure it out the hard way.
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