Originally Posted by malekmustaq
Linux has different way of keeping files: it is based on what is logical. There is no simple -but untouchable folders- such as "Program Files" and "Windows"...
Example: under /usr here is what you have about Firefox:
It pays more to read "Linux Rute Tutorial" by Paul Sheer...
But, where to start? For example:
With my new Ubuntu 8.10 install, I can't finish the drivers without the 'net, and I can't get the 'net without drivers.
I installed ndisgtk (ndiswrapper)
Where do I put the WG311v3.inf file prior to using ndisgtk? A certain directory, or just on the desktop?
If it's on my desktop, and once the .inf is loaded / installed, can I get rid of the one on my desktop, or does it have to stay there?
Hopefully, this is the only one I have to worry about - its my understanding that everything else comes from repositories on the 'net. ?