It looks like your wireless device is present and just waiting to be configured properly for your local network. In your 3rd and 4th picture it's the 'wlan0' device, and shows an active status with an IP address of 192.168.0.2. The fact that it's showing this successful information means that the drivers should already be loaded and the device working correctly. It's just a matter of getting it connected/configured for your network.
Do you use wireless security on your network? If so, which method? WEP, WPA, WPA2, etc?
Also, do you happen to know if your wireless access point (maybe your router) uses DHCP, or do you have to manually assign IP addresses? In other words, if you were to connect a Windows machine to your wireless network would you have to manually set the IP address or would it happen automatically?