modprobe ndiswrapper gives me this error: FATAL: Module ndiswrapper not found.
Apparently it's a problem with ndiswrapper. So then, what do I do to fix that?
Try uninstalling your corrent ndiswrapper and reinstalling. Also you could build ndiswrapper from source. It's easy, for you especially. Also don't use the ndiswrapper I submitted to the packagers thread. It's kernel dependent and if you have done any kernel upgrades from the original with VL 6.0 standard it will fail.
Quote from: stretchedthin on Today at 01:45:15 am
also what do you see when you 'modprobe -c | grep ndiswrapper'
I see: alias wlan0 ndiswrapper
alias wlan0 ndiswrapper
It looks like 'alias wlan0 ndiswrapper' has shown up twice.
Did you insert your own line into /etc/modprobe.conf, if so modprobe is reading it in both places.
I think you can delete the one in /etc/modprobe.confI think this is the pciid number: 13B1:000B (I got it from looking at ndiswrapper -l)
You can use lsusb (as root for a usb device ) or lspci ( as root non-usb type devices) to verify.
If you google 13B1:000B, you are going to find a lot of discussion on the topic of instaling this very device.