How do I get my Wifi Card Drivers ???
So I just got my old Dell Latitude CPx out and am trying to set up wifi on it.I have a U.S Robots USR5410 Wifi Card. When going to the manufacturers website, they claim they have a linux compatible driver and then point me to DriverLoader. Here: USRobotics Support: Model 5410 - 5410
So I tried to install DriverLoader with a .deb package that I put on the computer (from my flash drive, since I don't have internet access) The .deb package opens up, and then gives me an error that I don't have my Kernel Headers and Source installed. However, I noticed that the .deb pakcage also said that I already had the package DriverLoader installed. When I run "driverloader" in the terminal, nothing happens. But sure enough, there's a "driverloader" folder in /etc.
My Question is, how do I run driverloader, and how do I install drivers? (Note: I don't have the install disc, since my friend gave me this old laptop a few days ago, and he didn't have the disc)
Thanks for all your help guys :D
Edit: Also, Debian seems to at least recognize the card in lspci, although the LEDS aren't active or anything like that.
It's under lspci as "Network controller: Texas Instruments ACX 111 54mbps Wireless Interface"