Some of the Debian based distros are now coming with a nice front end for ndiswrapper called ndisgtk. Just for fun I downloaded the tar.gz to see how it compiled and ran on Slackware 10.2 with Gnome. It installed without incident so I don't see why it wouldn't install and run on any other distro just the same. Make sure ndiswrapper is installed. Download the latest version of ndisgtk here.

As root I did:
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gunzip ndisgtk_0.6.orig.tar.gz
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tar xvf ndisgtk_0.6.orig.tar
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cd ndisgtk_0.6
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make
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make install
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ndisgtk
By the time it takes to install ndisgtk you will have been able to install the Windows drivers for your hardware from the command line, but if a front end for ndiswrapper is what you need, this works nicely.