Originally Posted by Krane
I wish to install either Debian or Fedora onto my laptop, I already have the disks, however I dont have an ethernet card or CD-RW drive, just a PCIMA wireless card which I know works with Ndiswrapper.
I was wondering if either Debian or Fedora have an easy to use Ndiswrapper GUI (like puppy linux does) as I wont have any access to the internet until I have set up my wireless card.
Do it dosen't come standard...maybe someone has made a "respin" of Fedora that has it...but AFAIK; you have to install NDISWRAPPER from a 3rd party repository...
Have you tried using the Live CD from Fedora to just see if it picks up your wireless card or not? Maybe it will just pick it up like it did mine
As far as Debian is concerned; I don't know. I mostly stick with Red Hat based distros...