thats kinda odd really... Maybe someone w/ more experience than me could answer why dev1804289383 is listed as your wireless instead of "eth1" or "wlan0" or somethin...hmm well then i guess try
ifconfig dev1804289383 up
maybe that'll work. if not, then you could try it all again...
when i did ndiswrapper, this is what i did...
well first i got the wireless card pci address. I had to do lspci -v, and that brought the list of pci devices up. there was a little number by each entry, something like 5:02...i noted the one for the wireless card, and then did lspci -n. that gave me a listing of those little numbers, matched up w/ their pci address, in the format XXXX:XXXX . then i did..
ndiswrapper -i inffile.inf
hopefully at this point you should get a driver present, hardware present message
ndiswrapper -d XXXX:XXXX inffile
lsmod | grep ndiswrapper
at that point i got result that said ndiswrapper was loaded. after a reboot, and an
, my card worked...
if you do it all over again, you should first remove the old driver, and im sure you know, but make sure to do ndiswrapper in the directory that the inf and sys files are located in.