After a number of mistakes and false starts but a lot of help from many fine people on this forum, I've got Linux up and running on one of my computers. I've got lots to learn but at least my system is functional.
Now I'm considering installing Linux on my other computer. The first computer is connected to the Internet by Ethernet which Linux recognized and configured automatically. However, this second computer is connected by WiFi. It uses a wireless USB adapter and Linux doesn't recognize it.
My understanding, such as it is, is that I'll have to use ndiswrapper to wrap the Windows drivers so that Linux can connect with this setup. I'm quite reluctant to try this because I don't know what I'm getting into.
My question for you experts who know how to do this is: Should I proceed with this and try to get this to work, or should I wait for several months in hopes that my knowledge of Linux will be vastly improved by then?
What's your opinion?