[SOLVED] ndiswrapper Zoom USB Wireless-G 4410
Wireless Device: Zoom Wireless-G 4410 USB
After successfully getting Archlinux setup on my Laptop I thought i would have a go at setting it up on my main PC again. The problem i've come to is that my wireless USB adapter(always seems to be a problem to varying degrees with wireless), doesn't have a linux driver available for my USB so I am aware that I need to use ndiswrapper to utilise the windows drivers. I have followed many different instructions from all over the net including the ones from the official ndiswrapper wiki, but with no avail, I simply still get an error that there is no interface for wlan0.
So what im asking is if someone can guide me step by step through the setup and installation of windows drivers for my USB wireless stick in Archlinux?
*NOTE* I have already got ndiswrapper so skip that step.
When I mount the windows driver disk I navigate to
Here I am given 2 more directories one named "Ndis5x" and one named "Ndis6".
Within the "Ndis5x" folder there are the following files:
Within the "Ndis6" folder there are the following files:
I'm unsure which of the .inf files I should be using and from which directory.
I'm aware after this step that I should use "ndiswrapper -i /directory to where driver is" e.g. "/cdrom/Bin/Installs/USB/Driver/...etc".
Then after this I use the command ndiswrapper -m to create an alias directory? whatever that means?
Thanks for your advice,