Wireless Dlink DWA 130 ... N usb adapter
This tutorial is proven in Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty.
Scoll down and see "2.2. Installing Packages (With Internet access on another computer)"
Download the following deb files, put them together with the adapter inf file(from adapter CD) on a usb drive,
Plug the adapter in, start the computer with Ubuntu in LiveCD mode.
After booting up, go to
MainMenu-> Accessories -> Terminal, install the deb files in this order:
sudo dpkg -i ndiswrapper-common_*.deb
sudo dpkg -i ndiswrapper-utils*.deb
sudo dpkg -i --force-depends ndisgtk_*.deb
#Note: Ubuntu donít suggest su
Installing Windows driver by using ndisgtk: Go to MainMenu -> System -> Administration -> Windows wireless drivers
Click on "install new driver" -> select the adapter inf file in the usb drive.
Then even it shows: "Hardware present: No", ignore it.
Go to ConfigureNetwork, click on WirelessConnection, click on Properties, untick EnableRoamingMode, choose NetworkName and key,
enter the password, use DHCP, leave the rest blank.
then see if the device is flashing, if not, unplug then plug it in again...
if still not working, restart the computer and do it again ...
when seeing flashing, then check the internet... yeah, we're in!!!
#Note: even after all of the above and after installing Ubuntu on my hard drive, and after many many successful internet connection, sometimes(only occasionally, so it is ok), it still won't work. (especially if the device won't flash during boot or the boot process freezes...)
In that case, just unplug the device, then restart the computer, after the boot menu, plug in the device again(for re-detection), it will work this way always =)