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    Question Enabling window's driver into linux for internet modem


    Hi!
    I read that window's driver for modems can be enabled in Linux by copying ndiswrapper . I dunno into which folder to copy it . I am using Huawei wireless modem in India .

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    I don't believe you have to put it in any specific folder. I think you just call ndiswrapper command and pass in the windows driver. Just type ndiswrapper command in terminal, it should tell you what to do.

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    Huawei wireless modems are supported natively in Linux... you don't need the windows driver or ndiswrapper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkrose0510 View Post
    Huawei wireless modems are supported natively in Linux... you don't need the windows driver or ndiswrapper.
    Hi,thanks .
    It is a BSNL supply and their CD gives only window drivers . I do not find any download sites for Linux driver .
    I am new to linux.
    In India , we easily get cheap matrimonial advertisements encouraging caste system , not the Linux knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by coopstah13 View Post
    I don't believe you have to put it in any specific folder. I think you just call ndiswrapper command and pass in the windows driver. Just type ndiswrapper command in terminal, it should tell you what to do.
    Hi, thanks . I shall try

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